What about this then? It may just be semantics but for the sake of accuracy Numbacrunch wrote this in the other LZ800 thread:
Gary Merson Hd Guru has written that the flag ship units -- TC-32LZ800 and TC-37LZ800 -- are differentiated from the other three models in the line (two of which are only 720P units) by having:
Four (4) HDMI inputs and
"Panasonic's Motion Flow Technology that sequentially fires the backlight to greatly improve motion resolution without resorting to 120 Hz refresh rate",
Contrast ratios have improved to: 1200:1 static and 10,000:1 dynamic
This appears to be quite a different approach to achieving the same end and, according to Mr. Merson, results in an improvement over the 2007 technique of Motion Picture Pro (120 Hz refresh rate).
I think the 120 Hz refresh rate was well implemented in 2007; can't wait to see the 'improvement':-)
Again, sorry for being too quick on the trigger with this, but it does explain the "No" for 120 Hz refresh. To tell you the truth, I was bothered by that and was checking to see if what I had remembered was, indeed, correct. Hopefully, the correct answer is: Technically, no, but the same end is acheived and improved upon by employing a somewhat different technique.