For some reason, Sears canceled my order last month (Claiming it is not in stock). Resulted in a lot of head-banging with them, showing they were still selling it and also showing them a few local stores have it in stock etc....
Eventually, someone in their corporate offices contacted me and offered a $100 refund if I purchased another TV.
Last weekend, I finally purchased one online, and picked up from a store.
Played with it a bit. It does indeed have a 24P mode, which works perfectly with my Panasonic BluRay. So far, looks good. Haven't really played with any picture settings etc.
Did find 1 hack for it - Accessing the Host Diagnostic Screen -
Use the Host Diagnostic screen to investigate the signal quality of a problem channel.
1) Place Television on the digital channel that may be showing problem.
2) Bring up the Menu. Highlight CHANNEL. Press ENTER on the remote.
4) Press the (1) Key 5 to 8 times.
The Host Diagnostics screen appears.
This screen shows the Model #, Firmware version, and DTV SNR (Digital Television Signal to Noise Ratio)
Over the Air: 8VSB Above 20 is good
Cable Digital: QAM64 (Above 24 is good)
Cable Digital: QAM 256 (Above 30 is good)