So have all you owners gone and ordered your Darblets yet?
Next to getting a display truly calibrated, using/buying the Darblet is in my opinion the best thing a user can easily do to improve their picture quality at an affordable price.
Want more image pop? Use the Darblet instead of using jacked up colour temperature and colour settings. The Darblet gives off a perceived increase in ansi/intra-scene contrast while messing with those other settings does not.
Want a sharper image? Use a Darblet instead of bumping up the sharpness control of the TV/display which just adds ringing and artifacts.
I really can't stress how great the little thing is and how much it adds to the image. I have had mine since it first came out and if it broke tomorrow I'd be ordering a replacement right away. Hell, I need to order another one so I don't have to keep moving it from my home theater room projector setup to my bedroom LCD.
The best thing too is that it gives the user the control on how much the effect is used with the 3 different styles and then the percentage of effect to use. That there are some people who don't like it or think it adds very little to the image blows my mind and I think those people are crazy.
If you aren't tight on cash and enjoy your set and would like to take it to a bit of a next level then go order one of these little beauties. It may sound like I am some paid Darblet pitchman but I am not. I just really really like the device (I am passionate when it comes to things I like and endorse. You should see me talk about electronic bidet seats! Pretty much the best invention in human history) and want more people to use it and have a better image and I know based on experience it easily enhances the image these Sharp sets produce.
Cleveland Plasma had them for $250 as at Monday yet it seems the price has gone back up to 295-300. If they get them back to 250 then really, it is IMO a no-brainer to order one from them or if you find another place that has it for that same low price. Even at 300 it is a steal since it adds more than $300 worth of improvement (when say comparing a TV to one that is $300 more) to a display.