Having read as many reviews of this tv as I could find before making the decision to buy, I was expecting a pretty good picture on it!
I was upgrading from a very good 55vt30 which is only 3 years old (wifes having it) so the bar was already pretty high. I am not disappointed at all. The changes in construction and spec of this limited edition tv do make a very noticable improvement to the black depth and hence contrast in the picture especially in light room viewing. It has fantastic picture quality with mainly crisp in focus motion. Very pleased with it and with its narrower bezel vs the 55vt30 it is only slightly bigger despite a 5" increase in screen. It has a large menu of picture setting adjustments but so far I have found the 7 preset options cover all eventualities for me.
I have only tried the full web browser briefly with the second remote control with touch pad-I will probably stick to the PS4 browser using the game controller as seems easier and more precise to move the cursor but maybe I havent got used to it yet. There are several dozen different apps available in the browser-the most useful being BBC iplayer but no other channels catchup players via shortcut apps.
Styling wise, this tv looks like a top of the range statement. It has a lovely stainless steel flat base with polished V support and thin polished strip around the screen edge-looks very classy indeed. It ought to, to justify the launch price of nearly £4000 a year ago! A real bargain now -last few available now at around £2400. And future proof for probably a decade until OLED technology becomes mainstream (with its panel half life issues eventually resolved).
One further comment-the bezel around the picture edge in reality is exactly an inch wide, not quite as narrow as indicated in the picture above.