The D7000 shares most of the same specs, screen sizes and features as the top-end D8000 model. Its thicker body doesn’t quite match the stunning appearance of its big brother, but the design still features one of the thinnest bezels available on the market and looks quite impressive. Samsung has promised an improved active 3D performance with reduced ghosting and they have redesigned their active-shutter glasses for more comfort and convenience, which should please 3D lovers. Thanks to the remarkable quality of this set's top-notch performance, watching a Blu-ray movie or sports event on this set should offer nothing less than an amazing experience. LED edge-lighting (not full-array, unfortunately) and a 240 Hz refresh rate deliver colors in almost perfect contrast (it seems occasional bleeding is somewhat unavoidable for this technology). The built-in speakers will definitely suffice but anyone who really wants to capture a cinematic experience, should look into hooking up surround sound. Whether you're interested in steaming movies, browsing websites or think it would be cool to have a live twitter feed at the bottom of your screen, the D7000 is Wi-Fi enabled and has a wide range of internet content for both the casual and avid web surfer to take advantage of.