Pros Given my high expectations of a Sony product, I'm hard pressed to come up with a Pro for this TV. The sound was okay. It does apparently work with AppleTV
Cons This TV has a very cheap feel to it as compared to the Samsung I tried. The remote is poorly designed and constructed. The picture quality lacks sharpness. The 720P doesn't cut the mustard in this case. The menus are scant and awkward to navigate.
Summary In looking for a smaller TV, I first bought a Samsung UN32EH5300F Smart TV. It's image quality and features were great. But, to my dismay, I found that it was not compatible with mirroring my Apple devices which was important to me so I returned it for a refund. Since I bought it through Costco, that process was seamlessly expedited.
I then researched Sony's since I've had several Sony computers and found them to be of high quality and durable. The majority of the reviews were very positive. When I unboxed the TV, I was surprised to see how low quality it appeared. The remote was of especially poor design and quality. The picture was over saturated with skin tones appearing pink and greens/yellows bright and garish. The menu system was awkward to use and I didn't bother trying to adjust the picture. It lacked the out-of-the-box crispness and clarity of the Samsung. I took it back the next day. As I plugged my four year old Insignia back in, I noted what better quality construction it has in comparison with the new Sony. Next: perhaps I'll look at a Panasonic product. Meanwhile the old Insignia serves well.