It's not the perfect flat screen, but it's nice. I may have not been blown away by the sound as it is definitely an issue, but the visuals are nice and the set up was super easy. They give you everything you need to set it up as well as step by step instructions for everything else you would need. The picture quality is very good as long as you have the correct settings which may take some messing around with. It's a 720 60hz frame rate so it won't blow you away like a 1080p but 720 is still very nice. The sound, is DEFINITELY a huge issue though. The volume at one point had to be blasted to 100 (the highest it can go) at one point because we couldn't hear it well enough. It's a very touchy volume. Sometimes the 6 is good enough when it's dead quiet besides the TV. But if you have someone else in the room talking or there are other distractions going on, then good luck. We will most likely have to buy a sound bar of some sorts for this one. The design is very thin and extremely easy to move it around. It's nice being able to just turn the TV on a swivel to see where cords need to go rather then the way I used to with a box TV. Extremely light as well so no more needing to ask friends over for help trying to just move the TV. It's performance is also very good. We've had no problems and the menu's are extremely easy to read and understand. The sceptre is not a huge name TV, but this is definitely one that if you are on a small budget, it's a good deal. Sound Quality Needs a sound bar and is very erratic when it comes to what settings are good.