Hi. Bit of a strange query this but hope someone can help. I myself replaced my small TV with a Panny 32PM1 50hz a few months ago & am happy with the set. My query is regarding my Dad & if someone could help me explain something to him! At the moment he has a 32" 50hz Philips which is a pretty good set...he is now looking at new TV's (the Philips 32PW 9509 in particular). The thing is he only ever watches normal TV (through a Digifusion digital box) & very, very rarely DVD's. From the research i did when buying a TV (& owning a Tosh 36ZP38 100hz for a few weeks) i got the general feeling that for normal TV footage 50hz is much better, 100hz creates more problems & really only solved the flicker. Admittedly DVD's looked superb on the Tosh (& i guess on many other 100hz tv's). As all of his viewing will be broadcast TV ive tried explaing that 100hz, ecspecially with Pixel Plus, is probably going to result in a picture inferior to what he has now. Unfortunately he isnt the type who will go & view/demo TV's in stores like i would, & he has been sold on the written spec's...features such as PP2 & Digital Natural Motion. Firstly am i right in what i think? & if so secondly, could anyone maybe reply in a way (even if very brief) that i could show my Dad explaining the 100hz issues because i wouldnt want him to spend £800 odd pound to find the PW9509, or similair 100hz models, wouldnt benefit him in the way that the Philips marketing people say it will. I have tried but am not really technically minded. My apologies for anyone who owns this TV as i know it is a nice set when watching DVD's as i demo'd it myself. Thanks in advance.