"Maybe I'm really picky about my electronics, but I expected more."3.0 starson by jlittich
Pros: Two things stand out more than anything else: thin size and bright picture (for a microprojection)
Cons: This is the reason I would never recommend this tv: It has the worst motion blurs that I've seen in a long time.
To preface my opinion, I want to include that I have sold television for the last six+ years and have been a fan to many of Sony's innovations. This TV, however, is not one them. I'm not saying I wouldn't recommend it for people who want that size of TV and really really really don't think its worth it to spend 3-400 more for a much better flat panel, because I probably would (chances are they wouldn't know any better anyways). So what is it that I have against this TV? Its called motion blurs and they are even worse than the low end brands that my store carries. The brightness of the set is great compared to last years models and the thin size is definitely a plus, but how could you buy a TV that performed like LCD's that were made three or four years ago. Just go out, stare at it awhile, you'll see what I'm talking about. You'll notice when a figure moves across the screen there is a trail behind it (and be sure to compare it to the other tv's available). Anyways, that is my review, I'm not going to get into the details because once everything all said and done... you have all your components hooked up and the only thing left to do is watch the screen, that motion blur is going to make you wish you'd spent just a little more.