I've tried to explain this to people in the shop who get confused with telecine judder, screen tearing and screen flicker. It's none of them, the problem is I see the frames as individual pictures rather than a smooth video. Basically, some programms stutter so when the camera pans the movement is jerky (like playing a low frame rate game), others however have some kind of motion blur on them and the motion is smooth. Just flicking through today on freeview here's some examples, I've just picked these at random: The Jeremy Kyle show, looks like 150fps as when the camera pans it's smooth. Coronation street, smooth eastenders smooth bbc 2, rugby ireland vs argentina, smooth casualty, looks like 15fps because it stutters. eastenders iplayer, stutters all iplayer HD content - looks like 15fps gattaca, channel 5, unwatchable due to stutter the cube, unwatchable due to stutter (looks like 10 fps) All Adverts (commercials) on all channels - unwatchable due to stutter. All HD movies, be them, DVD, blueray or download all look like 15fps too, as does it in the cinema which is why I rarely bother to go. Freeview is the only service I can tolerate and only certain programs will be smooth, others will have the stutter, all Sky HD and Virgin media chanenls seem to have it meaning most modern content is unwatchable for me. It's present on my Panasonic CRT and My Samsung LED TV and all other TV's I've seen in showrooms or round friends. I've read hundreds of guides aswell as numerous threads on forums and tried literally everything but to no avail. If anybody here knows what I'm talking about please sign in, even if you don't have a solution. I personally think it's something to do with digital screens, but nothing to do with telecine judder or interlacing. Maybe the freeview box ads motion blur to some content when it can and that's why some programs look smooth, or maybe it's my TV's DSP that's doing it. Could it be that shows like Jeremy Kyle are sowhat low budget and filmed on analog equipment, which has motion blur filters applied when it's converted to digital? Again I have no idea and really hope someone here can help.