Let me break it down for you:
"Come and watch my Sony KDL-47W805 passive 3D TV"
Note how I have underlined the point MY TV. Because all I can (and did) categorically state, is that my TV is bad, and would dispel a myth.
"... that'll dispel the "passive 3D = zero crosstalk" myth for you."
Again, my TV displaying crosstalk, is categorical proof, that passive 3D is not crosstalk free, therefore, myth dispelled. See, a very specific claim, regarding a very specific factor, no generalisation involved. Nowhere, and you can quote otherwise if you can find it, did I say "passive 3D was bad because of my TV". I highlighted a specific factor (i.e. zero crosstalk), and provided proof that my TV was bad at preventing it (but apparently great at causing it). I subsequently proved my point, with a piece of evidence, taken from my TV.
I have seen "good" passive 3D, on an LG set a year or so ago. Seeing that LG set, is what made me (wrongly) presume, that I would have no problems with an overly expensive Sony set... I was wrong. My Sony TV makes 3D unpleasant and unwatchable for me. That is what I said, and that is what I still maintain to be true. What your set does, might prove otherwise... to you, and you alone, or anyone that watches it. It certainly has no relevance to what my set is doing.
So instead of dragging this thread further offline with failed nit-picking, how about we just let people make educated choices, based on the facts that are presented. If you've got the same video clip on your TV (it's in the culture series of the 3D content, I can't find it online). Then post a photo of your set playing that clip without the crosstalk. That way, the OP can see that different Sony models, provide different levels of quality, with regards to 3D playback and crosstalk. That'll be far more helpful and constructive, than "My TV is fine, you're lying about what you're seeing on yours"... don't you think? All passive TVs are clearly not made equal, and the OP needs to know which TVs are less equal than others. I have a specific model, my set of that model is bad... that's a fact, and hopefully, a helpful one.
Now I am not subscribed to this thread, so I have said my part, and posted my proof to back me up. I am not going to bounce things back and forth, with no benefit to the post. Please don't quote me, just to prolong this argument. Prove your side of argument, for the benefit of the OP, then let it go. Enjoy your crosstalk free 3D, because it's something that not all of us with passive 3D TVs can do.