Hello, Many tests reveal that almost all LCD TV's are 60Hz panels with tuners and scalers that convert to 60Hz. So when you watch TV in europe main land, you get PAL 50Hz that gets frame rate converted to 60Hz and then displayed. So far every test I have read or LCD I have seen has so much judder or tearing on pans that it renders an LCD unfit in my vision. I have a Dell 2405 whith the exact same problem. From a technical point of view, I know an LCD can be 50Hz, but the world market seems 80% 60Hz (USA) so most brands don't bother. So I have three questions: 1: Are there real panning tearing trouble free PAL LCD tv's? 2: If they exist, can it be that there are 50Hz LCD panels? 3: Would a 50Hz display really flicker? Concerning frame rate control, even the most expensive scalers have trouble with 50-60Hz conversion, let alone your "sale!" tv.