I'm anxiously awaiting the 950 acid test. Not the Cnet, Hometheater, Engadget, and numerous other publication reviews, but the Videophiles who will really put that set to the true test. A test that will nitpick every little nook and cranny, a lot of the problematic anomalies were discovered and brought to light by Videophiles here and at other forums, because we delve into to real nuts & Bolts of these sets. Many of the 929 faults were brought to light by forum members and posted online, which in turn caused all those "experts" to go back and revisit their reviews a little more in depth and carefully. Much as CNET did last year. Although they do a good job of assessing the sets in their allotted time period, we are the actual 'hands-on' folks who discover the nuances that plague each new panel.
So, ....bring it on, put those sets 'on the street' and let the show begin. I, for one, am hoping Sony did their homework and caught and corrected any anomalies or short comings before they release them.