I'll make it simple and do a Pros and Cons list after using this television for around 2 weeks.
Fairly good picture when displaying Full HD.
Freeview tunes in easily.
Onboard Usb player will play AVI & MP4s at least
Lot's of HDMI slot's
Good refresh rate
Slim and not heavy
Low power consumption
Poorly made stand, my tv will rock easily due to poor screws
Usb player won't play MKV's
I've not found a way of getting the Timeshift feature to work.
It has developed a stuck pixel (not a dead one) which is only noticable if your really close to the screen or you know it's there but its still annoying.
It's not 40 inch, it's actually 38.5 inch (Amazon says it's 40 inch, the box says 39 inch, the manual and internet say 38.5 inch)
Sound seems a little quiet through speakers out of the speaker jack.
Only RF connection for aerials for freeview, no f type external aerial connection.
Freeview seems awful quality, downscaled from HD. How I miss proper SD not this downscaled stuff.
Last point, although this may be a fault with my Blu Ray player although I never had trouble on my old hd tv, It will play Blu rays fine on the tv, and any USB input through the Blu Ray player at any quality up to full HD, but standard DVDs played through the Blu Ray player are apparantly "not supported" according to the tv, perhaps because it dislikes the upscale process. It's not a big problem as I can just play the dvds through the computer/Ps3/Xbox360/PS2 instead and it's fine but it's something worth noting.
In conclusion don't be put off from this TV it's great but you must work past it's issues. Even with all the problems I have described I still love it for watching Blu Rays, Gaming and occasionally some big screen PC fun (for Iplayer & 4OD)