Yes, because advertisements from Sony is the best way to see an unbiased perspective of the competition. Have you ever heard of the term "propaganda"?
Samsung's highest end sets have needed ZERO edge definition or sharpening for many years now. Sharpness should be set to ZERO on all mid range to high end Samsungs. No extra artificial detail is needed because Samsung maps 1:1 and the contrast is high enough to see all the details in the 1080p source with no artificial detail being added to make the picture look more "detailed." Sony's X Reality gimmick is meant for less than 1080p quality sources. You CAN'T get better than 1:1 1080p, it's simply ludicrous to think you could without artificial detail being added.
Samsung's F8000 has quad core processor and Samsung's firmware and video processing is SECOND TO NONE. Every professional reviewer who did 1080p24 cadence and deinterlacing tests on both will agree. HDTVtest.uk and CNET are two examples that clearly state that the F8000's video processing surpass the Sony.
As far as color reproduction is concerned, the Samsung F8000 is ALREADY able to produce a HIGHER color gamut than the INDUSTRY STANDARD Rec.709. Which means when color space is set to Auto on the F8000, the F8000 is already producing colors that are MORE VIBRANT than what the ORIGINAL source intended. Triluminos is a very interesting technology (even though it suffers color uniformity and blue tinged whites) but you're just over saturating the colors to the point where it's way more colorful than what the original source intended. So if you're into the whole over saturated color business then that's fine and dandy but it's not at all a dealbreaker for the amazing F8000.
Also, color banding is NOT an issue on practically ALL Samsungs, especially the high end models.