I'm looking for a 42" - 46" LED HDTV lately, and I keep looking at these TVs on sale that have incredibly low reviews and skipping over them. However, upon reading the "bad reviews" it seems everyone is saying "TV is fantastic, but the sound is bad." Here's just one TV for example: Well, no crap, the TV is an inch thick. It probably shouldn't even come with built-in speakers. All of these reviews are for the same TV and each review said how great the TV was, but how bad the sound was. None of these reviews gave higher than 3 out of 5 stars. The TV as a whole has 3.1 out of 5 stars, but very few people actually have anything bad to say about the TV! (http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Westing...1218325540178&skuId=2257682&slref=10&slloc=01) If I bought a new set of computer speakers I wouldn't give it a bad review for how awful the picture quality is. Or if I bought a new iPod dock I wouldn't complain about video latency. It reminds me of this comic from xkcd: Am I the only one getting frustrated with the product review system that most internet sites employ? The whole point of an aggregated score is so you don't have to read each review individually... which is what I'm forced to do anyway!