Pros The picture quality is great. The black levels are top notch and the options you have to adjust the pictue is amazing. The sound is also high quality and I enjoy the HDMI outputs on the side. Initial setup was easy and the look of the TV is classy
Cons I wish the tv had an ethernet port and some people may not like having the majority of the hdmi ports on the side of the tv
Summary IF you are looking for a tv that has low power consumption benefits this tv is great. Picture and sound quality is great, just watch a bluray and you will see how good the picture is.
"Great tv so far."on by skydver21
Pros 120Hz once an infrared emitter is available should be able to display in 3D which was a selling point for me to buy it in bundle with a PS3. Only cost me $1,041.83 on 12/14/2009.
Cons Apparently not 3D capable as I thought it was when I purchased it.
Summary Great tv very little problems if any. Glad I bought the 4 year extended warranty for $200.
Pros Picture is awesome can see every detail, and the sound is great.
Cons I guess it is just a matter of personal preference, but i have had to tweak the picture every day to get it to my liking. Also i notice light in the corners when the screen fades to black.
Summary The only regret I have is getting the 46" VE5 and not waiting for sears to get in the 52" VE5
Pros Very deep blacks and nice vivid color. Lots of inputs. Attractive Piano Black finish. Simple remote. Easy to use menu's. Auto sensing input function. Low power consumption.
Cons Pricey for features. Remote is not backlit. Silver speaker bar. Side inputs. Should be thinner. No LAN connection for internet functionality. Ho-Hum appearance.
Summary Very nice TV, so far have had no problems with it. Not as sharp and vivid as the 7 series Samsungs and has a very ho-hum unexciting appearance but solid performer. Picture quality is good even on PS3 gaming, it doesn't appear to show any artifacting or skipping. You could do better with somebody else for the price but with Eco Friendly design and power consumption you can't go wrong. $1299 @ Sears.