I have been looking at 3DTV's for quite sometime and finally went for this model over a more expensive Active Shutter Samsung D8000. Reasons were the reported flicker free 3D, the 7 pairs of cheap glasses and lack of headaches and nausea. I can safely say I made a good choice. The screen is a good size and the thin bezel means it wont take up too much room in your house. The normal 2D picture needs a bit of tweaking out of the box and there are loads of settings. If like me you're not a professional there is a handy picture wizard built into the tv's settings that helps you to do this. The picture quality is great, especially with HD which is pin sharp. But what about the 3D? Well I can safely say its fantastic. With decent 3D material - downloaded demo's or 3D Bluray it is stunning. Great depth and some projection (Penelope Cruz's sword on the new Pirates 4 trailer for example) and its razor sharp. The 2D-3D conversion isnt up to much - it adds some simulated depth to TV and movies but is a bit hit and miss. My son loves it but I prefer the real deal!
Gaming on this tv is great, some net reviews say the set lags too much making gaming impossible, nonsense. I've played PS3 and 360 on this set and tested 3D on Crysis 2, Black Ops on 360 and Killzone 3 & GT5 on PS3. No issues and the effect is stunning. I probably wouldnt have played Black Ops again if it wasnt for the 3D!
Anything wrong? Well it takes a while to get the settings just right, but that it as much a factor of the screen size I'd imagine. The only other downside is the sound, there is little bass so I have mine connected to the surround sound through theTV's own optical out.
Overall this is a great TV, giving you a nice big screen, thin, loads of connections, great 3D that all the family can enjoy and with a really wide viewing angle (unlike Active Shutter 3D). This really is hassle free 3D, a couple of button presses on the remote and you're there, as good as the cinema!