I've brought this up before and I'm bringing it up again. LCD TV's seem at last to have got the whole motion blur/smearing thing sussed. That's great. But you read constant complaints on this forum about black levels. I myself have tested the lastest sets (Panny 500/JVC DS6 etc) and yes the black levels could be alot better. Why does it have to be like this? I have a new Toshiba laptop with a 15.4" widescreen. The screen is coated in some way to enhance the black level. Sony uses the X-Black coating on their computer screens to produce a similar effect. The results are splendid. The black levels on my Tosh laptop viewing WMVHD movie clips are fantastic. Better even than my rather pricey Sony wega CRT. Why on earth don't the LCD TV manufacturers use the same coating? I'm stumped. It seems so simple. What's the problem??