Originally Posted by gagaliya
are we there yet!
You ain't kiddin'.
My Samsung bit the dust earlier than I would have liked and I just got a Mitsubishi WD-73638 as a replacement to check out Mitsubishi.
Without the LED lighting of the Samsung, I do see the rainbow effect when I move by eyes too quickly especially in dark scenes with bright highlights, etc. Never knew if I would see the rainbow effect with the spinning color wheel and now I know. Actually not a deal breaker for me. Price/Screen Size still win. The 73" makes my 56" look small and Avatar big.
There is some screen sag on the 73" size but the image is straight and focused. Also, the silk screen effect is much more pronounce on the Mits than it was on the Samsung. Again, not a deal breaker for me. I would hope the 92" doesn't have too much screen sag.
ARC (Audio Return channel) on at least one of the HDMI inputs would be great. It really would be nice to finally retire the old 12' digital audio cable once and for all (used a 12' optical cable with the Samsung).
I do like that the Mitsubishi accepts 1080/24p and other formats that even though it may not display them, at least I don't get "Invalid Format" or "Your HDTV doesn't support...", etc. My older Samsung wouldn't take anything other than 60Hz so no DirecTV Cinema HD, etc.
The 3D on the WD-73638 looks great to me (my first 3D display): free of any ghosting or flicker. I'm sure it's safe to say the 738's, 838's and the 92" will look even better. Movies, games and shows keep must of the 3D depth "inside the screen" and must things that pop out are just a few feet at the most and not in your face which I actually appreciate more. The 3D adapter for the WD-73638 is a slick little box but I admit I wouldn't miss it with the 92".
Side note: Crysis 2 for the PS3 is in 3D but just starting out in the game I've seen severe geometry pop-in and other graphical glitches all not related to 3D even after a 4GB install.