Okay, here they come. Screenshots of Harry Potter 3 (Prisoner of Azkaban) from the Denon 1930ci via HDMI @ 1080p into JVC HD-61FH97 (accepts 1080p native rate). I have used Avia on the set, but the lamp is still settling in, and the set has not been ISF calibrated yet. I left a small amount of ambient light in the room, so blacks aren't perfectly black.
IMPORTANT: If you can see the speaker on top of the TV, then the gain in the photo is cranked way up. The camera did this to compensate for low light on the target, which happened alot in the shots where I tried to capture dark scenes (which was one of the purposes of this). Evaluate the shot accordingly (I didn't want to photoshop these).
The first shot in this set, which may be of interest to all, is a composite I did of four parts of a shot with the player set at 480p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p, respectively. The difference between SD and HD are pretty startling; 720p to 1080p more subtle, but still noticeable.
The next shots are dark scenes of Harry Potter, and a light scene for comparison.
The next two shots are a couple quick snaps of a so-so HD OTA broadcast (not the best I've seen on this TV, but WAF of camera in front of the TV was quickly diminishing)
The final shot is the worst possible signal I could feed the TV: standard def TiVo recording set at the lowest recording quality.