Yeah, I'm thankfully not an audio or videophile so I don't get much hung up on details nor have to shell out more than $900 or so to get a TV I'm happy with. Even less on the audio side of things as I really don't care much about that stuff at all and just want a 5.1 experience ($150 Denon 1312, $150 energey take 5 classic speakers, old Sony sub from a cheap HTiB that I'll eventually replace).
Only things I've found that drive me nuts are IR and buzzing on plasmas. Plasmas just don't work IR wise for me as my main uses are ESPN and gaming. And I either have terrible luck with getting bad, buzzing sets, or I'm just extra sensitive to hearing them.
Otherwise I'm not at all picky about motion blur, black levels, color accuracy and all the other things people obsess over and I don't go out of my way looking for problems on my displays. I just adjust them with a calibration disc and watch them normally. If problems like IR and buzzing on the plasmas I've tried emerge, so be it. But otherwise I tend to not notice any flaws and in that sense ignorance is bliss as I'm not stressing over problems that don't affect my normal viewing.Edited by dmaul1114 - 1/30/13 at 7:14am