Originally Posted by soundwhat
Great news....and when you watch something like football you can get rid of the blurry ball and player motions by altering the settings?
Like pretty much everyone else posting here, I am getting the best motion handling results using Game mode with all processing, incl Motion Enhancement, turned off. Sometimes, Standard mode with "120hz low" turned on does look better. However, I do think now that fast sports work best on Game mode with everything off -- kinda strange since the 120 hz is supposed to help. I watched the Ravens/Patriots game on this TV, and switched between Standard mode & Game mode. In Standard mode (120hz low) I could occasionally see a ghost football on fast passes. In Game mode, that went away. Despite not using the 120hz, I have not noticed motion blurring or any drawbacks from watching with all processing off. I am very pleased with the picture overall --- accurate color, deep blacks, and clear, bright whites. Picture is easily equal to my Sony 52XBR9 and 46NX800, and a definite upgrade from my old Sony SXRD. And the 70" size is awesome. I started with the CNET settings, and tweaked from there to my taste.
Like the CNET review, I do agree that the processing is not as good as others like Samsung/Sony. But I think this TV can't be beat for a 70" led/lcd under $2000.