Have had this TV less than a week , but very impressed with the features. I bought it because of the built-in Freeview HD tuner. I retire in less than two years , and will no longer be able to afford my Virgin cable subscription. So I will still be able to enjoy HD on Freeview. As with my previous Toshiba TV , sound quality isn't great , but I play it through a Sony Home Cinema system. The Audio Return Channel feature on HDMI1 means I don't need separate audio cables any more , and the Regza-link feature means if I play a DVD , the TV instantly switches to the correct HDMI input. If I turn the TV on or off , it powers the Sony system on or off too !
Picture is very bright and clear , but out of all the preset modes , "Standard" seems to be best. However , you can manually adjust the picture , which I did by turning down the contrast and the backlight.
I haven't used the i-player internet feature , and I probably won't need to , as the Sony Home cinema system already has it. So I won't be buying the Toshiba dongle.
Overall this is an excellent TV, HD picture is great , and SD picture both on Freeview and Cable are clear and interference free. Have played back several standard DVDs , and a couple of Blu-ray DVDs , and haven't noticed any motion blur , which apparently can be a problem with so called "budget tvs" in this price range. I know it's early days , but I would definitely recommend buying this TV.