gee, what I don't understand about exeter is why he was trying the same movie on the ps3 and not trying all types of different media. It was just so obvious to me , I didn't want to hurt his feelings.
Also, the first thing I would have done if I had problem with that movie on the pro8200 would be to just switch on his old projector and see if he saw the same thing. And then put the movie on hdtv and watch that exact scene to see if it was the movie or not. It just doesn't seem like he understands trouble-shooting.
I guess he moved on.
In my pro8200, some movies I was watching sucked at first, but then I put the exact same movie on my HDTV 42 inch tv and found it had same issue. The picture was just blown more up on the pro8200 so it showed the problem more. Also, for me, I was sitting too close to screen and once I moved back a few feet , everything looked a lot better.
I mean if it was really a problem, many of us would be complaining and PRO reviews would be criticizing this and they didn't.
Maybe he is sensitive to it, I don't know, but changing movies and putting on TV and watching sports and other stuff would either show pro8200 has the motion problem or not, right?