So do Hz ratings really make any difference..
I've seen side by side comparisons of 60 vs 120 and that's a noticeable difference and a spec worth paying for, absolutely. I've also seen side by side comparisons with nearly every top tier brand, of 120 vs 240 and I've never
seen a discernable difference, or atleast something worthy enough of making me pay extra for the 240Hz alone.
I looked at the Sharp 640u in BB and it was absolutely horrible when they had a football game on., the ball was pixelated and all in all a very bad picture
I certainly haven't been impressed with Sharp's video processing techniques and have found that from the 640 up the 847, and excluding the Elite, all handle their temporal resolution from average, to poor at best.
and a 600hz top pf the range Panasonic plasma looked even better in terms of the puck, soccer ball or american football not.
In terms of handling sports, PDP's handle motion far
better than most LCDs. Just the nature of the technology.
Also keep in mind that "600Hz" in a PDP is different from 60, 120, 240, etc. in LCDs