"Love. It...Mostly."4.0 starson by spade616
Pros: TV/Internet integration, FULL(not partial) flash, Android apps coming, 4GB internal, infinite expansion, 4 USB ports, remote control via Android phones, 4 HDMI, 1 Component/Composite
Cons: Pretty dang slow to boot if "Quick Boot" isn't selected (45 seconds by my count), TV Guide is pretty buggy and loads info when it wants, viewing angle isn't that great for an $800 32", isn't 120Hz, wish the remote was back lit, NO BUTTONS.
Summary: Amazing integration of Google TV with a full qwerty keyboard remote with optical sensor. I love the fact I can turn on my tv with my phone. =D But tons of apps that run flawlessly with one another.
But perhaps one of my larger gripes is the fact the component and composite inputs...are the same input. So, only one Wii, Xbox 1, camcorder, or any other RCA peripheral at a time on this TV. And no S video or even a VGA connection for older laptops. Really Sony, REALLY???? My $400 42" Panasonic has more expandability than this TV.
Another is if you lose the remote and don't own an Android phone...tough luck. There are NO BUTTONS on this TV besides the power. Great if you have kids, crazy annoying if you just want to change an input real quick or if your batteries died.
But the amazing picture and internet/TV PIP more than makes up for its downfalls. It is a TRUE pc underneath; 1.66gHz Intel Atom; not exactly PC gaming material, but lots can be done. I cannot WAIT til the hackers get to town on this TV.