I'm sorry joevfx, but you simply don't understand what you're talking about here. 3:2 pulldown is the process of converting 24fps film to 60hz displays. There are two types of 3:2 pulldown, interlaced and progressive. They both achieve the same task in two different ways. Interlaced 3:2 pulldown separates each frame into two fields (even and odd lines) then displays the fields in a 3:2 cadence to reach 60hz (A1/A2, A1/B2, B1/C2, C1/C2, D1/D2). As you can see the fields from frame A are shown three times, frame B twice, frame C three times, and frame D twice. In the case of progressive 3:2 pulldown, the entire frame is repeated in a 3:2 cadence to reach 60hz. (A,A,A,B,B,C,C,C,D,D). ALL progressive players MUST do this in order to show 24 fps film on a 60hz display. Other than the newer HD and BRD players, there's no way to turn this 3:2 pulldown off. With the advent of the 120hz display this 3:2 pulldown is no longer needed. The display can actually show 24 fps material with no conversion at 120hz. But, since there's no way to turn it off in most DVD players Cinemotion steps in to reverse the pulldown performed by the DVD player restoring the film to 24 fps. I suggest you try Googling "3:2 pulldown" to learn a little bit more about the technology.