I have looked at the vast majority of 100hz TV's on the market during the last few years and find them all to smear on fast moving horizontal movement.<br />I am amazed at comments from those people how have purchased a 100hz TV and state " the picture quality is amazing - the only problem I can see is smearing on fast moving horizontal text "<br />BUT... hold on if you can see smearing on fast moving horizontal text EVERYTHING in the picture is smearing - you only have to look at a football match on 100hz TV's.<br />If there is not a motion/smearing problem why do you think the likes of philips / sony / panasonic / toshiba etc etc put motion modes/ settings on their TV's - BUT they don't work.<br />100hz TV's solve one problem (flicker reduction) but create several more - as explained at great length on this forum. Questions : -<br />1. Has anyone seen an 100hz TV that does not smear ? The best test (in my view) is can it display very fast horizontal moving text like a 50hz set (ie: - does not smear)<br />2. Is it too expensive to produce a TRUE 50hz / 100hz switchable TV ? - NB: Sonys DRC is not a true 50hz / 100hz switch.<br />3. What would be your PERFECT TV - what facilities<br />would it have ? Regards <br />Pete.