After a lot of research I've made the jump from LED to plasma and bought the 60PB6900 the other day. Visually so much better than an LED. I used the calibration settings posted by Sharon(?) and it was a vast improvement over what it looked like out of the box; however, I'm pretty new to this and have a question. While watching TV, close ups look incredibly crisp and clean, but the same broadcast showing a shot from a distance is not. For example, I was watching America's Got Talent last night and when they would show the people on stage from a distance things seemed a tad out of focus (for lack of a better description), but close up shots are perfect. The same things on my LED tv looked crisp at all times (minus the motion blur) and was only 5" smaller. Is this something I could fix by tweaking settings or just something to live with?
Another thing I noticed is watching Conan or Big Bang Theory on TBS looks like crap, but watching Jimmy Fallon on NBC looks great. Both are 1080i broadcasts and both looked great on my old TV. Am I just noticing the differences in these things now because I have a better TV?
I'm going to try a movie tonight and see if it's just a problem when watching TV, which I kind of assume it is.