It may be obvious to say but preparation is everything, before installation, make sure your cables are in situ. Once built, this bed assembly is extremely heavy.
For ease, we paid the Dreams delivery / installation team to assemble the bed, who explained the controls of the bed & TV channel options on completion, including taking the packaging away, leaving it all neat and tidy.
There are two controls for the TV lift, a remote control unit that's stored in the side pocket of the bed and a manual rocker switch (keep the button depressed) in the media compartment area.
The LG LED TV comes supplied with a coaxial aerial T piece and 90* right angled HDMI cable adapters, I would recommend using a 90* right angled Ethernet cable adapter if not connecting the TV via the built in Wi-Fi.
The TV remote is slightly fiddly as the buttons are on the small side.
The Freeview & Freesat Live TV channel hopping has a quick response but you do have to wait if changing to the Smart TV channels as in catch-up, Netflix and Amazon Apps to load.
The sound is good, the speakers are to the rear of the TV (in our situation) a 2' 6" gap to the bedroom wall, there's no real need for additional speakers though there is enough clearance to sit along either side of the TV (on its motorised shelf) if need be.
Originally we were not sure about the viewing distance of a 32" TV when in bed, surprisingly it's very comfortable without any strain on the eyes.
We've had the bed now for two months (November 2017) and we're very pleased with it. We would certainly purchase this TV bed combination again, if the need arose. I've even thought about buying one for the second bedroom but I can't face lifting up the floorboards to route the cables again.