Hi everyone, I recently bought a Samsung UE40M5005 and am wondering if it's supposed to act this way. Basically, whenever a fully dark scene pops up (like in a transition in a movie, or during the end credits) the TV practically shuts itself down. As in, the screen really goes black. "Turned-off black." After a lot of searching, I managed to find a video that shows the issue: Why smart-dimming sucks!Watch this video on YouTube It's incredibly annoying in horror movies and games, that have a lot dark areas. I have also noticed that the screen dims itself automatically during certain scenes, which makes having a stable backlight setting basically impossible, but the whole turning itself down is the real deal breaker. Is this something that happens on all brands, or just Samsung and this specific model? Is it working as intended? PS: The first thing I did was triple-check that Energy Saving, Dynamic Contrast and Motion Lighting were all turned off. To be honest, every setting is turned off. The Picture Mode is Standard with default brightness and contrast. But it does the same on the other modes. Thanks in advance!