Just after Christmas, I bought my girlfriend a Samsung 32EH5000 TV. After plugging a PS3 in and setting it to 1080P/24fps, she put a Blu Ray of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in - and was very nearly sick after the opening pan and suffered feelings of nausia with scenes involving camera movement. The opening scene in this film starts off with a shot at the sky, which then vertically pans down over a town and a road, down to countryside. When the PS3 is set to 24fps, the picture during this pan looks incredibly processed, it's quite hard to describe it but it's almost like when the pan begins to move you can see the screen refreshing. If 24fps on the PS3 is turned off, the panning becomes very jerky - I would guess that it's probably the pulldown effect as it's only a 50hz/60hz TV. I've tried my Oppo BDP93 on this TV, and the effect is the same. When we try this disc on my old Sony 46X2000, as it does not support 24fps the option has to be switched off, but the result is juddery although intrestingly it's a much less violently jerky than the Samsung despite being bigger. Putting in other blu rays doesn't really seem to help - the opening flyover in The Two Towers makes her feel seasick (and again it looks like the motion is heavily processed when receiving a 24fps signal, or jerky to hell when just 1080P). She loves the Bourne films, but finds the motion on the Blu Ray unwatchable, but that the DVD (which I guess is encoded at a faster fps speed?) is more bearable although the motion is still ackward to watch on this TV. All processing options are turned off in the menu, and have also experimented with them. Bizarrely, the way of reducing the processed look seems to be setting the PS3 to 576P, and whilst the picture detail becomes a lot poorer the motion is almost bearable. The TV was changed by Richer Sounds (who basically said it's due to 24fps and that it's a "good thing" because films have stuttery pans in the cinemas too). So the main question is, are there any TV's (of around 32") that can receive a 1080P signal from a Blu Ray (24fps or not) and display slow pans without juddering, jerkyness, or it appearing that the screen is redrawing? For example, I've heard great things about the colours / black level on stuff like the old Pioneer Kuros, but never heard anything about how they handle pans. And I've already seen that my 2007 Sony 46X2000 handles non-24fps material slightly better than this 2012 Samsung, but it's still juddery. Is this an LCD issue, or do plasmas suffer from this too?