Hello, I bought my Mits 65807 from Sears after several considerations. My home theater room is upstairs, and there is a 75 degree turn on my stairs. I considered buying online, but my circumstances just prevent me from doing so. After hearing from several people here at HTF, I tried to price match internet prices at Sears. I was fortunate I got a very friendly and knowledgeable sales person. He did the pricematch without any problem. I mentioned to him to make a note about bringing the TV upstairs. After several delays because of out of stock, my TV was finally delivered last Sunday. I know that there is no way that the TV can be brought upstairs in the whole piece. They need to split it into two pieces. When they arrived, they looked surprised that I want the TV to be brought upstairs. And when they saw my stairs, they said there is no way they can bring the TV upstairs. I mentioned about splitting the TV into two pieces as the only way, but they refused to do so. They said they are just independent contractor working for Sears to deliver appliances. They don't want to be held liable just in case there is anything wrong with the TV. So they just left my TV in my living room. After more than a month waiting, and finally got my TV delivered, I am still left without TV where it's supposed to. I am very sure if I bought the TV from the specialized A/V store, they would have known what they are supposed to do. I am still trying to call Sears and arrange them to bring the TV upstairs. If they still can't, there is no other way than make them take it back. That's my experience with Sears that I want to share. Although I really got a good price on the TV, the wait was painful plus their delivery crews are clueless and unprofessional. Just something for you to think about if you are considering to buy HDTV from Sears. Thank's for reading Andrew.