In real time, the rough-looking edges you can see here seem to be crawling. It kind of looks like as if this were a special effect and these lines are "electrified" or something.
This is using FILM with enhance only at 50 (dynamic contrast and smoothing at 0). And what I am seeing is easly visable at 1.4 screen widths (my seating distance). Keep in mind, these pictures are somewhat blown out and hiding it somewhat. In reality it is much more obvious. Plus the rough edges are basically moving.
I put in some real movies and it is also visable in normal material, although in that case you have to be lookng for it and it's not as obvious. But I paused on a cityscape scene in The Avengers and I could make out these "crawling edges" on some of the buildings.
If this is how eshift 2 and MPC is supposed to look, then I'd never use it and I can't imagine anyone here being comforatable using it if they were seeing what I was seeing. It would only be worse and more obvious at a closer seating distance where eshift is supposed to add the most benefit. But ultimately I need to find out if my unit has a problem that needs to be addressed or not.
So, from seating distance (not up next to the screen) put in Spears and Munsil and go to the chroma separation pattern. Using eshift in FILM (or any other) and with enhance at the mid-point, do all of colored lines and edges look shimmering/crawling/electrified. What I'm seeing should be very easy to see from seating distsance. Even if you weren't told what to look for you'd see it right away. It would be very obvious to anyone. So if you'r eseeing a stable image without crawling edges, then there's something up with my unit.
Appreciate any feedback you guys can offer.