Originally Posted by Mathieu Rousseau
Did you keep it? Is it still good choice after more than 1 year of use?
Did you get used to the reflection?
Yes! I have been extremely happy with it.
The reflections are still noticeable on a bright day with a dark scene, or if you just so happen to be at the right angle to catch a lamp reflection, but we got some heavy curtains that we close if we know we will be watching or playing something dark and I just turn on/off lamps as needed if I notice a reflection. Its really not that big a deal and is well worth the fantastic blacks and colors.
Without having the S60 I can't say how the blacks compare, but they are definitely blacker than my 4 or 5 year old 42" Panasonic (though the black are still great on that). This TV is still going strong and still looks great!
I've also heard of issues with some Panny's regarding game lag and do not have that problem at all with this TV.
The only grip I may have, which I can't actually tell if its just a trick of the eyes or if the TV is actually doing something weird, and nobody else notices it so it may just be my eyes playing tricks on me, but in very dark, still scenes, there are times were very slight motion in said scene causes a strange wobble or like motion wave effect. A great example of the kind of scene I'm talking about would be an actor's face framed at night lit by maybe a fire or something like that. And they are giving a monologue of some sort and occasionally moves their head slightly to the side or up or down for emphasis. In these scenes I will see a wobble or sort of motion wave which I can't explain. Imagine their face being made of an almost ridged jell-o, a very slight wobble. I believe I noticed it in
when zoomed in on gandalf's face and he's talking and moving his head side to side and up and down, specifically towards the end of the scene maybe around 2 minutes in to the linked video. I have no idea if its the TV or me but I never noticed that before on the 42" Panny or in the movie theater and I don't notice it in any other situation. Perhaps its just an optical illusion due to the very deep blacks but I'm unsure. We are also typically watching these sort of movies with all the lights off so that could exacerbate the illusion if it is one. Has anyone else ever experienced this? Its hard to really gauge cause I don't always notice it. I might just be crazy