I've never owned a plasma before, but it's common wisdom that they're better with motion than LCD/LED displays. There's one thing I like about the latter, though, and that's motion interpolation with video games. In movies the interpolation effect is, shall we say, divisive. But in games it makes everything so incredibly smooth. When I pan the camera there's absolutely no blur and objects remain completely in focus. I love that.
But the LEDs that I have tried and own have too much input lag in the modes that support those settings. The ones that are better performs are now out of my price range (Sony W900A) or have a few issues (Sony W802A, can't get the full 1080 lines in moving resolution without engaging their horrible Impulse mode). How do plasmas, or more specifically the F5500, compare in motion to an LED using motion interpolation? Are they just as clear for games - objects stay stay in absolute focus even with fast camera movements - without having to engage extra processing and for films the dreaded soap opera effect?