I started with a 632 with slight clouding at the end of December 2011, and then swapped it out for a 732 2.5 weeks later - and the clouding is much worse. I saw one post here on avs about how his clouds went away after a couple of weeks.
Sharp is sending a replacement 732 - although I could have exchanged it at BBY, I would prefer to deal with Sharp directly. Asked the triage specialist at Sharp to have them open the box at the distribution center before it ships to verify that it is cloud free.
Other than the cloud issue, my current 732 has a fantastic picture when watching over the air television - but blu-ray and hd dvd content looks almost 3-D at times. I used the CNET settings, but set the color temp to middle. (you can take a look at the before and after calibration measurements for his 732 from calMAN V4 software, and Daivd from CNET nailed the color points) Low seems to be a little too dark and too yellowish/amber for me - the white levels are not punchy enough at that setting. Your mileage may vary.http://forums.cnet.com/7723-19410_10...ateThreadPopup
No problems with a diamond crosshatch showing on white backgrounds like I had with the 632 panel. The quattron seems to me to have slightly more accurate color - but is it worth the extra cash? See attached. After BBY price matched a HH Gregg $300 off coupon I thought so.
I tried watching a Pittsburgh Penguins game and a soccer match this past weekend, and it was hard to watch - I can see the clouds under the field and the ice. More annoying then anything. Guess I'm getting fussy in my old age. Thanks.