Summering: I use this as a combination computer monitor and television in my office. For that purpose, it's an OK choice.. The clarity isn't nearly as sharp as I'd expect from a true computer monitor, so I would never, never, never use it to edit photos or typeset copy. However, it's a good place to put all the stuff that can clutter up the main monitor when working.
Summering: I read the reviews and heard about the electronic buzzing problem and hoped I'd get a good one. It was fine for the first year or so, but gradually I started to notice the buzz and now I can't unhear it. Oh well. It's already an outdated TV so I'll save my pennies for the next one.
Summering: My previous TV was pre-2000, and it quit working. Since my TV is primarily background noise, I had to have another immediately. So, I joined an eBay bid for the Samsung. It's 32 inches, and just the right size for me. I dislike the "back-office" of the set. I had to hit and miss to get the preferred brightness and clarity. I think it should have been preset. It is certainly much, much better than my previous set. Wow! Stepping into the 21st Century is wonderful.
Summering: Went to hook up my headphones to this awesome new tv and discovered no audio out? That is outrageous!!! My 25 year old RCA dinosaur TV has audio out. Great TV as long as you don't plan on using it with a stereo or headphones. No optical out, no digital out, not even analog outs. Weird...