Any safety concerns like there are with CRT or is there nothing that would
store a current?
In case of faults the caps in the PSU can carry up to 400V for long time even after being unplugged.
The backlights inverters create a few hundred volts too.
Definitely sufficient for self-electrocution.
When I was at school I repaired and sold abandoned TVs.
One day I slipped and got shocked very well. Not mild like with a cow fence.
There was no insulation transformer from the grid. The chassis was at ground potential.
Curious about the potential that cooler in the convergence unit had, which I touched, I took a measurement...
820V against ground ROCKS 😁
So much that it made me respect enough to obtain an insulation transformer...