Hi there. There has been some rather interesting discussion over in the Samsung LEA656 thread recently, (http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-...ntrast-usb-6ms-response-time-part-2-a-38.html) where owners can't seem to get their heads around how it's processing 24p material. In a nutshell, when playing 24p material such as Blu-ray, there does NOT appear to be any obvious signs of judder when the TV is refreshing at 24hz or at 60hz. The TV's technical specification descibes it as being 100hz including Motion Plus. I think we've already got the bottom of the "100hz" argument, that being, it's not a genuine 100hz as that's something that's only available in very new, high end PC monitors. Many owners, but not all, use a Sony PS3 to play Blu-rays. The PS3 gives you the option to disable 24p mode, which results in the TV displaying "60hz" in the display panel. If you do not turn 24p mode off, a Blu-ray will cause the TV's display panel to show 24hz. The strange thing is, in either mode, there's no obvious sign of judder, so what is the TV doing? Please bare in mind, I'm not in any instances here using or refering to 100hz Motion Plus, this is turned off. If anyone has any ideas what the TV might be doing to remove the judder, then I would appreciate the input. Is there anything I can test... ?