blkwidow02 and lorax22,
From a tech stand point it is not that picture if too black. If you look at an all black picture in a dark room (toggle source or go to a black source), you will notice it is actually a medium grey. I good black picture would be as black as the black frame to the TV, as you can tell it is not.
The bottom 20% of the blacks are rolled up into a dark medium grey (crushed blacks); therefore you can not see the detail on black or dark blue or green suits or dresses...........it's just not there.
If you are watching evening prime time like Boston Legal, or CSI, with lots of indoor super black scenes.........set the TV to Movie mode. and adjust brightness and contrast slightly ( reduce contrast a little and maybe reduce brightness just a little, set the temp to warm 1 or perhaps normal. That will help some, and on a 50" or larger should make it acceptable. When you get all the way down to 42" it is even harder to get good blacks out of the set.
The picture attached is what I use for HL-S4266, and I use that setting for all viewing, unless there is a lot of lights on or a lot of sunlight in the room.
The new 720p Mits sets (Sept or Oct), will have the automatic iris, which should produces blacks as good as their 1080p sets........the Mit's 50" modes is only $100 more than the Samsung.......I think the contrast ratio will either be the 5,000 or 10,000 to 1. The current 720p Samsung is only 2,500 to 1
Setting the Samsung to Movie Mode forces the DNIe to "off" and that will expand the blacks a little - it is about a 30% solution, and should make the black issue on 50" and larger screens a non-issue.