Originally Posted by Colmino
At the risk of derailing the CRT oxidization discussion...
...Hang on. You mean we have to talk about input lag? In this thread? ;p
This thread hasn't been exclusive input lag talk for some time, largely due to your own obsession over whether the sets in question fit your own personal off topic needs. Several here have taken up much time and space talking extensively about 4:4:4 color, judder, and overall picture quality.
It wasn't until a few of us tactfully argued a point on another subject that you had issues with it because it was a topic you didn't happen to take interest in. That's thread hogging don't you think? Yeah I know it was more or less a pun the 2nd time you brought it up, but when derailing was mentioned, clearly it wasn't.
Now I don't have a problem wading through topics other than input lag exclusively, but please, stop with the double standards. You're just as guilty of going OT as anyone else. The only difference is the topics you wanted to derail the thread with weren't argued back and forth.
Now if we can respectfully get back to TV discussion without the one sidedness and blaming, I'd like to say a couple things about the LG LD450s. Please note whether you have any skin tone issues when you test it with various input sources at home. Where I noticed the yellowing was mainly on TV broadcasts, and it WAS HD.
Also, the Fry's and Best Buy in my area actually had the LE5300 vs the 5400, so they are stocked in stores depending on region and availability I guess. On the HDMI switch, could you not use the two on the TV for gaming and the ones on the box for other uses like movies where lag isn't an issue? How many people really need 3 or more HDMI inputs just for gaming?