I also question this comment from expertreviews:
"For an LCD TV, the F8000 coped impeccably with motion, even before we’d enabled Samsung's Motion Plus frame creation system. The only exception was 24p Blu-ray content, which experienced some slight judder, but turning Motion Plus to its lowest setting eliminated it without introducing unrealistic image smoothing or motion artefacts."
They seem to be complaining that the tv actually displayed 24p content with the correct film cadence. That's how it sounds to me. If they knew anything, they would certainly know about the natural film judder of 24p content. So if they are experiencing film judder with 24p blu-rays, then that is good, because the tv should be displaying the proper film cadence like last year. Don't we want the tv to display slight judder with 24p content, as long as it's the proper 24p film judder?
Also, yet another review that claims that the lowest setting of AMP motion interpolation (clear) causes no unrealistic image smoothing. I heard the same things last year from some reviews. Even on the lowest setting of "clear" last year, it was very obvious to me when AMP was on. If I had AMP on during some sports or something else earlier and I land on a movie later, it took me all of about 2 seconds to notice that I had forgot to disable AMP from earlier. "Clear" was the lowest setting, yes, but it still most definitely caused some unnatural motion in 24p content that was easy to recognize immediately. I could close my eyes and you could randomly turn it on or off and I would always know each time exactly what setting you left it on the moment I looked at the motion. I'm surprised that these "professional" reviews can't notice this difference in motion.