Thanks to everyone who helped with my noise issue. Using an HDMI connection instead of S-Video cleared it right up.
About the "blue" problem people have been having....I have seen it on my screen sometimes, and other times I havent, so I am not too worried.
When changing inputs, and there is a black screen, I dont see it at all. On some commercials, with an all white background, I have seen a blue tint in all four corners. On other commercials, with an all white background, it remains all white in the corners.
When watching SIN CITY on DVD, I can see the bluish tint in the lower right and upper left of the black screen during the opening scene, that everyone has been talking about..
On other dark DVDs, I dont see it.
From this, I gather its not really the TV that is at fault. I think its a source problem, and the TV highlights things that we normally shouldnt see. That, to me, is the sign of a great TV, although aggravating from a source standpoint.
Come 2008, or whenever Congress decides, with the eventual explosion of HD, when DVDs and most programming is in HD, our sources, feeds, etc., should be better than what we have to work with now. Then this TV will do exactly what its supposed to do.