The first thing you have to notice when unboxing a HDTV like this is just how simultaneously big and small the thing is. While the display clocked in at a whopping 65 inches, it was less than three inches thick. To give you an idea, that's smaller than your Game of Thrones season one box set. That's as thin as about three iPhones stacked on top each other. Somehow, through what I imagine is a combination of brilliant engineering and some type of voodoo, this awesome piece of equipment has packed in an amazing amount of stuff into a space that only continues to shrink with each passing year. But the really mind blowing moment was when I turned this baby on for the first time. After your typical setup procedure, I decided I wasn't going to throw any curveballs at it right away. I tweaked some of the color settings to my liking and took a stroll through my normal daily grind. I hit several cable channels I like to frequent, loaded up some Netflix, and even knocked out a few Xbox One multiplayer matches. The first area in which the TV deserves credit is how it makes all my old stuff look even better, a pleasant surprise I was not expecting. I can tell you I absolutely love that this HDTV now gives me a portal to cast all my digital content to my display with one simple command, without ever having to setup a secondary device on one of the inputs. No muss and no fuss, just seamless integration. It's so simple and a thing of beauty. In fact, your phone integration doesn't stop there. You can easily turn your phone into a smart controller by downloading the SmartCast app, which allows you to access everything from the M65-E0 menus to the tons of on-board media apps that will suck hours from your productivity, guaranteed! At the end of the day, I don't even know if calling this TV “smart” is appropriate. We might be looking at an A.I. so advanced, it should be kept under lock and key. That's how Skynet became self-aware, ya know! But in all seriousness, VIZIO has once again proved why they are one of my personal favorite brands in the HDTV market. The M65-E0 packs in just about everything you could possibly want in a full array LED display in regards to picture quality, features, and price. It's so good; it kinda makes me hate myself for waiting to take the 4K plunge this long.