With my calibrated 4810 last night I was watching my Dodgers climb back into the series on an amazingly well ptiched game from Ryu in Dodger Stadium. Broadcast courtesy of TBS via DirecTV link in L.A. area. Same as the other games in St. Louis and earlier series with Atlanta, their broadcast was absolutely pristine through the satellite. ZERO noise or artifacts. It was so clean that I used no NR from my Denon processor and...... I watched the game in my theater at over 25FL on my 8.5' wide 16x9 2.8 High Power, my Darblet at Max 120 on Game setting. HD of course worked but shapes and depth in Game and Full Pop much more impressive. Would I do this with a bluray movie, not usually unless it worked with something like Avatar. I was on Film mode Eshift 2 with the MPC at stock 50 50 50. Comparing the Off and On processing you could just see the dimensionality and roundness wrap the players and other details when it popped on. In Game I saw nothing that bothered me the signal was so pristine. Props to the 4810, to TBS and DirecTV and to Darbeevision. I don't recall ever being able to run "Game" at 120 on the Darblet for a "telecast" before, even on Superbowls of highest quality. Always with that much brightness and processing I tend to see some little warts and imperfections pop up that might or might not bother me enough to back off and sacrifice some of the depth it is possible to get.