I assume you are joking as you put a big smiling face after your post.
At the Shootout you could see a slight difference the black level in a few scenes, but not most, but you could easily see the advantages of the higher light output on just about every scene. And even better than the brighter image was the cleaner whites. White actually looked white on the F8500 and they looked dull and gray on the VT60 and the ZT60.
And once normal content played the brighter F8500 made the blacks look as black as the VT60/ZT60 as the brighter F8500 helped to close down my purples making the F8500 image look blacker and sharper. Also the bigger range from the darkest shades to the lightest shades gave the F8500 a more detailed image quality and more natural depth.
The Shootout demonstration was truly a great venue to see which TV displayed the best picture in all of the quality attributes.