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I've had mine for a year and a half now, and I'm perfectly happy with it. At the time I bought it, it was a very highly rated mid-range TV - with one unique selling point being the very narrow frame around the screen. The effect of this narrow frame is that its exterior dimensions are similar to that of a normal 37 inch TV - which is a definite bonus in tight spaces.
If you were looking to buy one of these now, you should be able to pick one up for far less than the £900 that I paid for mine, so it should be considered something of an end-of line bargain.
The Freeview tuner is very sensitive and does a better job of picking up channels than other TV's I've had. The Freeview picture scales up to 1080p reasonably well, but I would recommend that you sit at least 2m away from it - otherwise the compression artifacts present in the Freeview picture become distracting.
Where a TV like this comes into its own is with HD sources, and it looks amazing playing Blu-Ray and PS3 games.
Although the speakers are small, they work very well and give deep clear sound.
The general responsives of the menus and EPG is fine but not exceptional. I've had no issues with it in 1.5 years of use and its been 100% reliable.