and I'm very happy with it except for one thing. Samsung mounted the coaxial connection so that it sticks directly out the back side of the television, towards the wall. Knowing what I know now, I consider this a terrible design flaw. It would have been much better had they mounted it facing either the side or bottom of the television.
After owning the TV for only about 4-months, the stress from the coaxial cable caused the coaxial connection to break off from television. Having said that, and in all fairness, I must give credit and praise to Samsung for making good on this flawed design. Yesterday I created an online service request to address this problem and today the local Samsung-authorized repair facility phoned to schedule an appointment for them to come to my home and repair/replace the coaxial connection, at no cost to me.
This flawed design does make me reconsider mounting the TV on the wall again after it's repaired. Going forward, I'll probably use a stand to preclude similar problems in the future.
Otherwise, it's an AWESOME television - virtually plug and play after bringing it home. In addition to this television I've two smaller Samsung televisions and think that, for the money, they make some of the best televisions on the market.