Did any one get to see the Fujitsu screens at the Bristol show? This is the first time have have seen 3 screens with different technology side by side together showing the same high quality DVD. The screen on the left is using Panasonic 6 series 852 x 480(however slightly different, Fujitsu's own spec) 42". The screen in the middle was using Fujitsu's own ALiS 1024 x 1024, 42". The screen on the right was again a Panasonic 6 series 1366 x 768, 50". Well first impressions, well doesn't the 50" look so much bigger!!! I then read the cards under the screens stating contrast details etc. Immediately you see the 42" Panasonic 6 series glass has much more contrast, 4000:1, it shows! Funnily the 50" panasonic glass did not seem to me to have that much more contrast than the ALiS screen, although figures suggest it should 3000:1 to 1000:1. I then stand back and compare the screens in detail. First thing I saw was that the 42" 6 series glass screen had an unstable flickering image, easy to compare with the 3 screens side by side. I spoke to the Fujitsu guy and has commented he had seen this too but it should not normally happen. The 50" screen did not suffer from this nor the ALiS screen. The next thing I spotted was the size of the pixels, I found the low res 6 series screen pixels to be distractingly big. The 50" was better but best of all is the ALiS screen. I then focused on colours and the low res 6 series has very vibrant colours but they seem unnatural to me. Skin tones were a little over rich. The 50" sufferd from this too but less so. The best natrual colours were from the ALiS screen. I ask the guy about this too and he felt like me the more realistic colours came from the ALiS screen. I then looked for motion artifacts and all screens look very similar. All the screens were being feed component progressive signals and all looked very good even though ALiS is not truely progressive. I ask the guy again about if the ALiS screen is best feed interlaced or progressive and he said progressive if you have a good DVD player. The guy also volenteered that about 50% of people who viewed the screens preferred the 42" 6 series and 50% the ALiS. Main comments were ''love the contrast" (plus for 6 series) "To live with one of these screens day in day out it would have to be the ALiS for the more natrual colours". What did everyone else think, it certainly proved useful to me. All these screens are different and all have pluses and minuses over each over, a thoughly entertaining and educational 30 mins!