Advertisements Not at all, I have what I consider a very nice 7.2 surround system to compliment my very thin Sony NX810 3D HDTV. Although i love the PQ of my TV the thinness of it is leaving no room for anything near acceptable audio, (acceptable to me) in fact i can be quoted that the speakers in my TV suck worse than anything has ever sucked before. My TV is all of 1 inch thick. Thinner is going to mean ever worse sound or no sound, which is exactly where TV manufactuers want things. Forcing you to spend more money on a sound system for your brand new $8k TV.... and once you hang it on the wall you cant tell if its 1in thick, 1/3 of an inch thick or 2 inches thick unless you stand up against the wall and strain to see it. I usually watch TV sitting almost right in front of mine. OLED prices at release have been quoted 5 to almost 10k. For that money i would hope a real nice sound bar sytsem is included but no one will ever convince me a sound bar will ever compare to a fair surround sound system in sound qulaity, much less a good one. As hard as one might try 1 speaker bar and a subwoofer is not going to sound as good as 7 speakers properly placed and 2 subwoofers but thats not my point either. Price is my point, the new tech of OLED is going to be wicked expensive. Like plasmas when they first came out. The advantage plasma had when they came out was exceptable out of the box audio quality built in. Almost paper thin OLED's most surely will not have onboard audio of any quality placing them in videophile territory perhaps making them a niche product at introduction. As for me not wanting one, once the price drops some and the bugs are worked out, much like the TiVo Elite, i will most definently have one if they are indeed what they are hyped to be.