Something weird I noticed (on the subject of motion), is that Clear motion on my M60 darkened the screen so much that even cranking backlight to 100 did not compensate.
But on my M65, Clear motion barely darkens the screen and could easily be compensated. I wonder why that is? I didn't really test it though to see what is does to motion handling.
One thing that was mentioned and that I noticed is that motion handling on these Vizios is DYNAMIC. It reads what is going on onscreen and then reacts accordingly. There is sometimes a bit of a delay for it to kick in and in my experience it sometimes DOES NOT kick in. An easy way to see this is by scrolling through movies in the Netflix apps by holding the arrow left or right. Sometimes it is very clear and easy to read the titles and other times it is a blurry juddery headache inducing mess.
This is very problematic for videogames since they are often not a solid 30 or 60 fps. Some people seem to have a set that doesn't fail to kick in motion handling but both my M60 and M65 do it right sometimes and other times just seems like it processes motion all wrong. I have confirmed this with the UFO test page too and it sort of goes back and forth between clear and juddery and it will vary if I have 2 or 3 UFOs onscreen. Then I could try it again later and it would be clear with no blur. Very temperamental and it does not act the same even if the conditions are the same
Last edited by toonj64; 12-11-2015 at 10:39 AM.