96hz definitely has some weird contouring, easily see on people's faces. If the camera is still and they turn thier head quickly, its almost like a double/triple image. Other than that 96hz mode can look nice (I dont see flicker), and on the VT50 the MLL is a tad lower.
Chad has checked 96hz vs 60hz setting on the 2012's I know, and the calibration accuracy doesnt vary much. I'd just like to understand what the heck is going on a little more.
Im finding that Weak on, 24hz in, and the VT set to 60hz 24p mode may be a little too smooth for me. Even with Weak off, 60hz mode can look a little strange to me, but it is very fluid. That is why I question just inputting 1080p/60 from the player.
65" VT50 / BDP-103
X4000 / Outlaw Model 7125
Klipsch RF82 II and RC62 II / Hsu VTF-15H (2)
Directv HR44-200 / HR24-500