Originally Posted by BroChaos
well i'm not with a set or a dvd player right now. have you guys tried setting the mode to whatever you are using?
i think it's menu>picture>mode>(gets fuzzy here)input device?
we use the fifth element as a reference disc as well. perhaps i can get something setup when i have a chance.
Makes no difference as to the input setting mode is used. The input mode appears to only adjust Brightness/Contrast. The motion blurring is definately there on Standard Definition sources where the TV must do the De-interlacing/upscaling. It did not show up when I used a Scientific Atlanta 8300HD Cable box/Personal Video Recorder initially as I had set that device to output 720P to the TV(So the de-interlacing and upscaling took place in the Box, not the TV). To test this, simply watch any 480i source such as a standard DVD player(mines non progressive) or direct cable without a box and/or over the air source. The only place it will not be an issue is with HD, 720P, 1080i material. This definately needs to be addressed by syntax as it will show up on 90% of everything watched and basically nullifies the claims of "True De-interlacing", "3:2 Pull Down", "8ms response times" and "motion adaptive processing" as it looks like your watching a display with a very slow response time(Blurring and Ghosting) and without these other features(and would need to rely on the input device to provide them).