As I've said before, rather than use a picture (and regardless of what anyone says, it is not possible to capture what the actual TV's picture looked like from a photograph that's displayed on your computer monitor...it simply isn't possible), you need to see the display in person.I hear you. But the guy who posted this said that it is not a poorly photographed shot of his TV and that was exactly the way his TV looked in the photos he posted. So nobody was assuming anything when he is saying that's why his TV really looked like. And he returned it. Ken, you gotta understand somebody in my position who is about to drop all this money on a TV, then sees this. Yes, I panicked. Let me ask you, do you think LG will have some of these issues worked out on the flat version when it comes out ( EF9500) ? And if I get this model ( EG9600), do I have to engage the Tru Motion when watching action movies or is the motion handling as good as a plasma and won't need to ? One thing I hate and could not stand about regular LED TVs was that soap opera effect. All the movies looked like home videos. My plasmas never had that problem.
As to whether any remaining issues (LG has already addressed some issues in the current 2015 displays) are addressed, I'm not sure what issues you're referring to.