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I've demoed the P50 today for the 2nd time. As well as I have previously seen just about all the current Fujitsu models. The PQ, especially on the P50/30 is excellent, however I have seen to some degree on all the Fujitsu's an apparent color uniformity problem. On all sets I have viewed there is either pink hue in the corners and or edges. In addition some sets had the pink hue and a light greenish hue somewhere on the panel. These hues definitely bled thru when images that were being displayed were bright (example, sand on a beach, sky). The sales guy felt it was a combination of reflections and incorrect color decoder settings. He was able to dial it out somewhat through the menu however not to a satisfying level. When we brought up the white screen option (on the 42, 50 and 55) the hues were very apparent. I don't understand how a panel that costs so much can have what appears to me this consistent issue. I've read one post here of an owner describing the same problem but otherwise there is nothing but praise for this panel. This issue has me really hesitant from buying it (I really like it otherwise). I plan on watching a lot of hockey and don't want to see pink/green splotches on the ice. Maybe I've just seen by coincidence a few defective panels? Is this the norm for Fujitsu's? Do people just not notice this or care? I have to admit it was difficult to see especially on darker content. In comparison when we looked at the Sony XBR white screen it was almost perfectly uniform. Any owners care to comment?