Well, the question was asked in the display calibration forum and as such, there is a right and wrong answer to the question from an objective, technical standpoint. If image fidelity is to be preserved, de-judder/smoothing controls must be disabled. This is not an opinion but rather a verifiable fact.
However, such a response wasn't good enough for a particular poster and that poster seemed to be offended when others stated facts that went against the poster's personal viewpoints/opinions/biases. Why some of us find the need to challenge/debate display calibration standards in a forum dedicated to following such standards as closely as possible (and then take the responses they get as a result as personal attacks or insults) is beyond me.
For example, if I was to post that the D65 white point makes everything too yellow and that reference white should be something much bluer (perhaps even bluer than D75) and that D65 looks plain wrong or is an outdated standard (all of which is obviously false), what kind of response do most people here think I would get? When other members of forum inevitably posted to correct me, should I take offense to those posters? Of course not. Edited by PlasmaPZ80U - 7/6/12 at 6:11pm