Ok...so its official I'm DONE WITH SAMSUNG!
Before some of you start to flame me...please read everything. See last post explain little info:http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...2#post20488092
Ok....so samsung tech came with new panel and still same problem. Even the tech noticed it but said for me to call Sears and have them setup a claim.
I read some people say that only video crazy tech are making a big deal and sorry to say but this is not the case. I'm not the kind of guy that gets all tech on degrees of black or etc. This is a very obvious problem...and when you are watching a movie that has a dark scene, it is distracting.
I did the lowering for the settings but it only goes away when the pic is soooo dark, it just looks bad. It has nothing to do with the screws, cause I tried that also. I can tell you for a fact that it has to do with the panel because as I stated...this is my 3rd tv and on each one...the clouding was different in each.
Meaning, the 1st tv might have had the clouding in just the bottom to corners, and the 2nd had it in 3 corners. The tech even said that he had noticed more calls about this problem and it seems to him that depending on where the tv was manufactured, some tv got it more then others.
Also another issue I noticed was gaming. I tried turning the game mode on but did not make a difference. There was a little lag...and just to make sure it was not me being picky...I called my brother over to play, and even lied by saying you have to see how great this game looks on the tv. I didnt want to put ideas in is head, I wanted his true opinion. The second he took control, he said something was wrong...it just didnt move right. He tried to turn up the sensitivity and still there was lag.
And if you really think about it, the Hz do make a difference. 600hz compared to 240hz is not even close. Numbers dont lie and Hz play a big factor in gaming and also 3D viewing.
So, after many and I mean many calls to sears, I was able to finally get help. They are taking back this tv and I'm upgrading to the Panasonic TC-P65GT30 3D Plasma. Cost me about $400 more.
If you really care how thin the tv is...(which when its mounted on the wall you really cant tell difference between led and the new plasma's thickness) and you mind looking at a cloudy panel...especially after spending over $2k...then this tv is just for you.