I just bought the 32" 460 model and set it up using the CNET settings. I am not sure if I want realism or not based on what I am used to with a TV, but I'm going to give it some time with that element.
I do have a question. When I plugged in the TV using HDMI to my cable box, the box switched to 720p. Should I let it send the 720p signal from the cable box or should I have it send 1080i and have the set deal with the conversion?
I read on the CNET review that it might be better to use 720p on the previous model of this TV, but I am not sure about this model. In addition, the TV is going to have to scale something since it has a 1366x768 resolution. Logic would dictate that I should send a signal that it has to scale down instead of up, but perhaps that isn't the case.
I am finding that I like having a bit of sharpness, as the text on things like the Comcast channel selecting page looks better. Speaking of Comcast, what remote code do you use with this? The ones on the Comcast site fail to work but I found a post that told me to add a 1 in front, and that did the trick. Currently I am using 10702 but maybe it is not the best choice, I don't know for sure.
Do you have a chicken hat?