It looks pretty and the color balance works pretty well out of the box. Sound is acceptable; sound bar would be ideal. Packaging and setup are good.
My complaints center around the atrocious user interface and awful WiFi handling. It's about the worst designed user interface I've seen in an electronics product in a long time. It is slow and clunky. It constantly nags about firmware updates and approving license agreements. Everything lags; clicking on anything takes a long time. Apparently no one at LG ever took this TV home to see what using it on a regular basis was like.
It constantly drops our home WiFi connection (no other device has this problem and the signal is strong near the TV) and needs the password manually reentered by remote control. The WiFi password entry screen, which I've gotten to know very well, does indicate the length of the password or let you see what you "type" as you pick letters on an onscreen TV by remote control. You will have to enter the password constantly. You will get it wrong often because of the poor design.
Overall, you'll spend far too much in the stupid TV's user interface trying to find various things or make things work.
Power management is thoroughly not smart. In its default setting the TV constantly adjusts the backlight in a way that is very distracting. Turn that off, and the TV doesn't turn off its backlight on its own. Stupid, stupid. Not smart. LG, here's how to do power management: do whatever you need to to save power, and don't ever let me see it, don't ever ask me about it, don't make me change a setting. Don't me make do your engineering work.
This is a decent TV if you don't need to use its so-called Smart interface.