Thanks for the input guys,
I'd be interested if any of those who have done the adjustments have actually checked the panel by using even a basic calibration disc like DVE (Digital Video Essentials) or a Spears/Munsil Disc to see if a recalibration is in order.
Also has the timing of the pixel firing affected motion blur or other artifacts, which might not be obvious while being distracted by the better black levels?
Not to be critical, as I'm excited about this as most, but it appears that those who have jumped on the band-wagon, while reporting a better MLLs have not really given us any further information regarding the whole picture gauntlet in any detail.
Reason I bring this up is that IMHO the LG aside from the black levels produce one of the best and most natural color of all the current plasma displays and the reason I personally chose LG over the competition, mind you my blacks are pretty good and close to my brothers Panasonic ST30 so of course I'm curious like everyone else to see how low it can go.
So if indeed nothing else is affected by squeezing out better black levels, such as a shift in gamma, color & grey scale then I guess I should be getting my screwdriver out, that is as soon as I can get help taking the PX down off the wall.