I'm another lurker-non-poster, and I have a PQ question. Going to BB CC and other shops, the only set I've seen has been the 65731. We have one highend shop here in Spokane --it's the brickNmorter of what you guys know to be the internet dealer 1call (spelled incorrectly --what's with the ****?) and even they don't have their 732s up for display. What I want to know is this. When I look at the 731 compared to the sxrd, the sets look very comparable until there is movement. The feed showed a football game, and as the camera panned across the field and bleachers, the image kind of dragged and blurred along until the image motion slowed down. Is high motion a problem on these sets?
The other thing was when I got the salesman to plug a regular DVD (house of flying daggers) into an upscale player, the PQ was less good on the 731 than it was on the sxrd. (we moved the player around --the sales guy loved moving the big sets around) I know that a set can only display as good as the feed --but why did the Sony look better?
Ok, I'm not wanting to be negative about the Mits. It's awesome brilliant, accurate color and sharpness is what caught my attention in the first place. I wouldn't consider a green-glob machine because 1) I'm not made of money and couldn't replace it when it inevitably goes bad 2) It's images were more colorful and bright than they were natural. And all darkish areas turned to homogenous ink. This is the biggest reason I've waited for the arrival of the 732 the glorious dark detailer Mmmmm dark detailer.....
I'm not ready to purchase a $1000 blueray and most of the set's use will be with my standard dvds and rentals for movie night (I don't have cable or anything -I watch very little television). Is this the set for me? Is there anything I can do to reduce the "mouse teeth" of a moving image, or is this just something you have to live with in a non-CRT type set?
Ok, thanks in advance for your time in reading this and any input you can offer.