You know what I think is funny? How people always find something to pit against a tech/item they despise/chose against. First, it was BI, when that became no more of an issue, than the uneven wear of LED based LCDs, they moved onto glare. When Samsung implemented their ultra clear bright panels. Now, it is something that you hardly ever heard mention of... phosphor trails. No one could ever see it, now that defenses are running slim, PT trails all of sudden can be seen by everyone, or those that say they can't see them, are lying.
I don't know about most, but I don't watch tv darting my eyes back and forth, tilting my head back, squinting my eyes, and moving my eye balls as fast as I can from one corner of the screen to the other. Or even better, looking for specific material, and then doing all of this.
It is easy to dismiss those who own a Kuro "fanboys", but when someone suggests a person to do all of the ridiculous things I mentioned above, what does that make them? A "fanboy" of another type? IMO, if someone is going to do the things mentioned above, you may as well wear a clown hat, with a propeller, green shirt striped shirt, highwaters, and ride a unicycle while they're at it.