- Looks really nice, good stand and a small border. It also has lots of functionality, such as Freeview HD, and DLNA streaming, as well as BBC iPlayer etc built in from the smart interface (AQUOS Net+)
- In order to get DLNA working first time I had to put in a USB drive to initialise the built in media player, despite the fact you do not need one subsequent times.
Sometimes the interface gets a bit slow/unresponsive but then it works fine.
DLNA player hasn't managed everything I've thrown at it. H.264 MKVs work the best though, streaming from a Buffalo NAS on a gigabit wired network. If you use a server that re-encodes video on the fly to a compatible format then you should be fine.