Why does this seem like a crock to me? I mean any normal full 16x9 viewing of random programs for 100 hours should achieve the same effect.
One could say that these slides provide a guaranteed red green and blue spectrum across the screen, but any normal viewing also provides a guaranteed red green and blue spectrum across the screen. Would it be absolutely even between the colors on every pixel? No, but during the the movement of each frame in 100 hours you'll have 10 million frames, which based on random TV viewing will get you the same effect.
That all being said, I guess its a good way to break in your plasma, eventhough, for some reason, it is explicitly stated to NOT use it for that purpose. And thats another thing that doesn't make any sense at all, it seems its perfect for that!!!!
Besides whats going to happen if you run it for 100 hours, then punch in those settings and continue watching it for another 100 hours, the content on that second 100 hours is going to uniquely change your panel based on the content of the movies your watching.
So after 1000 hours, everyone is going to have random content determining the "breaking in" of your pixels, so does that first 100 hours of an even distribution of 33% for each color really make a difference if under normal viewing you would have gotten an average of 30% to 35% of each color?