Right, Setup my display on Sunday, first thing I tried was DVD through HDMI. I picked Finding Nemo as I knew this was in 16:9 ratio and wouldn't have borders top and bottom of the screen. I first tried it with the default settings just to see how it looked, I was amazed at how clear and vibrant the picture was. I then tried One of the Star Wars DVD'S (New hope), again I was extremely impressed with what I saw. I wasn't so impressed with Lord of the Rings : FOTR, it seemed to look a little flat in comparison to the others, Return of the King looked a lot better. I then found I was even more impressed with 1080i rather than 720p, picture seemed a little sharper but just as smooth. The next thing I tried was Xbox through RGB scart, I wasn't really happy with what I saw to be honest, in comparison with my Philips 36" CRT with pixel plus, the picture looked very flat. This is when I started playing around with the settings, after a little messing about I eventually got a picture I was happy with, Ninja Gaiden looked very impressive. Sky digital looked better than I expected, I haven't tried any RF connection and probably never will. So far I've been blown away by this tv. I've read a bit of criticism recently on these boards whilst waiting for the set to be delivered, it was really putting me off at One point, thankfully I can't relate to any of it as yet. I have no idea what this judder problem is, I haven't seen any, although I haven't watched any sport at all yet. The black level is good enough for me. I have One pixel that stays black on a blue background but it's not visible from Five feet away. All in all, very pleased so far.