Pros:Excellent picture. Netflix. Pandora.
Cons:3D flicker, buzz, pixelation.
The Bottom Line: Not quite up to snuff this first year of 3D.
Bought a Samsung LED/LCD 54" 3D, and was not pleased with the edge lighting and uneven lighting. It was also quite bright and after adjustments, still wasn't pleased. I'm told this isn't really new technology, but enhanced old technology. Took it back to Best Buy and went with the Plasma Samsung. I really like the picture. It was quite good and had good reviews, but found the 3D was not yet perfected. The wireless connection between the glasses and TV didn't work quite right and therefore, the picture blinked. It was not a solid connection and I tried the typical replacement of batteries, positioning in front of TV, and cleaning the sensor on the glass screen. Brought out the Geek Squad before returning it to see what they could do, and they saw what I was speaking of, but could not correct it. Additionally, when they were there, I saw the biginnings of pixelation and I had only had the TV a few weeks. That, as well as the buzz, caused me to send it back. The flicker with the 3D glasses didn't bother my 16 year old son. I may have been an anomoly and you should also know that I'm picky. I returned everything and will wait until the new 3D models come in March or will go with a Panasonic, non-3D, Plasma. I've heard the Panasonic Plasmas are best. I dig the Netflix and Pandora features. Gotta have web browsable.