Hello Everyone, ANY HELP, MUCH APPRECIATED! Please take the time to read and help if you can. I'm fairly new here I've always considered myself a little tech savvy in the sense that I like my TV's, consoles, gadget etc. And know how to work them etc. However, I'm struggling here. Up until recently I had owned a good 1080p Sony TV for 6-7 years, it did me proud. However, I'm a big gamer and a couple of months ago I decided that I wanted to make the jump to 4k and a ps4 pro with the added benefit of 4k movies. So I did my research/read reviews and decided I would get the KS7000. Whilst doing research I realised that there was a lot of new terminology and buzzwords in the TV industry compared to when I last bought a TV which I found to be a bit of a minefield. All of the reviews (avforums, hdtvtest, whathifi, rtings, trsuted reviews and various others) said the ks7000 was excellent TV with no major issues. I read a few consumer reviews on the likes of argos/littlewoods and some people said they were experiencing judder/flickering on fast moving images. However, with the reviews saying otherwise I decided to go with this TV as it must be good. As it happened, I ended up buying the KS8000 as they its all they had in stock and it was discounted. I heard it had better specs mainly better processor and motion handling than the KS7000 too. So I thought, bonus! Now I have the KS8000 and I'm extremely happy with the image quality (detail/colours/4k/hdr etc) and the build of TV. However I am experiencing this stutter/judder and its really distracting! It mainly happens on fast panning shots or when there's a close up of someone's and they move it quickly etc. I had my old tv and new tv playing the same game side by side and although the image quality is leaps and bound ahead, I can clearly see the old tv 'runs smoother'. Now I paid nearly 1200 for this TV and it is 8 years ahead of my old tv when it comes to the technology. I expected my new TV to run better than my old in all departments considering how far tech has come? Is this a trade off of having 4k? Should I have expected to lose motion quality? It's seems to judder more on certain sources too? I ran a avatar blu ray and didn't seem to bad however still noticeable. Netflix was fairly bad and so was iplayer (both through ps4). Watch dogs 2 was noticeable. The Last Guardian was actually pretty good. Normal TV was ok but still noticeable. I've tried tweaking the settings but it's still noticeable? Can anyone help? At the moment I have a slight bitter taste in my mouth, paying so much for a brand new tv with new tech and feeling like, in one department (pretty important department) its underperforming when compared to my 7 year old tv.