I ordered an LC-70LE735U from Amazon yesterday for $2900, then went to Sears to buy a TV stand today - and they had a 632U on clearance for $1800 (September 2011 manufacture date). My wife and I decided to buy the 632U on the spot to save the $1100 (we don't really care about 3D or Quattron or the 240 refresh rate), and I am bringing it home tomorrow. After having read all 42 pages of this thread, I am excited to try out Jason's settings for both Gaming and Movies. I have three questions that I'm hoping some one can answer:
1. I saw some notes indicating that these TVs have to be transported upright - is that true? I had planned on using my brother-in-law's SUV to transport it with the TV lying flat with the seats down, but will change my plans if that will damage the TV (the Sears guys said it didn't matter - but not sure if that is accurate info).
2. I bought an Oppo BDP-93 to go with the new TV, and I know you can do lots of video adjusting with it - so how would I go about calibrating with Jason's settings? Do I just leave all the video settings default on the Oppo and then make all setting changes directly on the 632U? Does that defeat any of the advantages of the Oppo video processing capabilities? I certainly don't want to have to calibrate in 2 places
3. I am running an excellent, but older model flagship Denon receiver, which does not handle HDMI or have any controls for audio delay - so I am really afraid I'm going to have lip-sync issues. Home theater audio is very important to me, and I currently run all audio to my receiver via optical and plan to run all the the video to the TV via HDMI. Is there any way around lip-sync issues other than replacing the receiver or using Gaming mode and hoping for the best? I had no idea that this would be an issue with these new TVs - I am upgrading from a 14-year old Mitsubishi rear projection and this type of stuff was never an issue. Seems like this has the potential to be a deal-breaker, or to cost me a lot of money to address. Are there other options available?
Otherwise, I'm extremely excited about this upgrade, and have been really stoked by all the feedback from people like Waltaz and Jason - thanks in advance for all the work you've both done to promote and fine-tune these TVs!