I'll get a snapshop of the settings later.. It is a european version.
The available options under picture setting are: viewing mode (Dynamic, Normal, Cinema, Eco), contrast, brightness, colour, sharpness, colour balance (cool, normal, warm), colour management, P-NR and reset. (There is no Tint)
PC connected to HDTV (DVI-HDMI) can do 1080p @ 120hz. This resulted in a 5:5 reproduction of the 23.976 fps source. -(excellent)
(It is still the same 480hz sub-field drive but in 4 parts rather then 8 at 120hz; as there is no more room to double scan).
1080p @ 50hz with Intelligent frame creation enabled resulted in a double scan with a more smoother or a more reactive background that is identical of that in 120hz but somewhat makes the film lose focus.
If you hook your PC up with the hdtv, you'll understand that cinema mode is the only best mode.
A Problem was encountered when using 'normal' colour temperature, the mouse in the browser appears to have trails, changing to warm or cool resolved the problem temporally but a good power cycle (power off then on after 1 min) fixed the problem and able to use normal once again for realistic looking whites.