Originally Posted by anthonymoody
I think if I'd let myself focus only on the movie and didn't busy myself looking for flaws I'm pretty sure my eyes would not have been drawn to it.
Still very impressed for the price.
Anthony hit it on the head. As long as there is no glaring in your face obvious issue with tv (like one guy had weird resolution which got fixed by itself), I think this is a great TV for the price. Sure, one can spend $5000 for a 70" Plasma and get a beautiful picture. But that 3x the price of this TV.
So far 1 week and I have tried various settings, but I am stick with most defaults, except lower backlight and little less Red/Green Push. My favorite scene is Bourne Identity Paris Apartment scene. I have watched that scene for like over 100 times in various TVs. When I watched it in this TV, I was simply amazed by the details I saw - there is a half empty soap bottle lying on the sink, you can read the toothpaste, you can see the fake currency bills under the $100 bundle, read every single line on the two papers, name, address, DOB, all vitals. The picture is simply amazing. And the car chase scene, you can read license plate of every single car, the store signs, the ad on the bus. Another of my favorite scene is U571 where the german ship tries to sink he U-boat. Its pretty dark, so blacks are important. The clarity inside the sub is simply amazing, every single drop of perspiration and details of every single instrument, it just jumps out (not to mention its a test of your subwoofer
Anyway, I agree with Anthony -- just enjoy the picture if the colors/resolution is right. Not try to nit pick 1sq cm of a corner in a 2094 sq inch screen.