Just a very quick and simple post to start with as I have only just got it all setup and working. The weight is 49kgs which sounds heavy, however me and the mrs had no problems lifting it onto the table top. The pedestal was very easy to fit together and was literally on within a couple of minutes. First thing I did was changed the picture settings for the 200hr run-in Cinema mode Warm Zoom 1 Overscan off Brightness, Contrast, Colour +15 (just for a few hours till it gets warmed up then a slow gradual increase, say +10 every 50 hours) The fans on the rear are silent and I have noticed no buzzing PS3 set to 24hz which worked no problem. Slapped in casino royale and watched from the beginning to just after the explosion at the end of the chase schene. First thoughts.......picture quality is fantastic and puts my tosh 1080 LCD to shame BIG TIME. The motion/judder/latency is 99%. The actual movie is judder free just like watching the film on a CRT set. The motion flows smoothly, I was very impressed. The end credits however had a VERY slight judder when scrolling. I'd have to say probably a 2 pixel jump, it was that small....but I did notice it. I took the bedroom CRT set down to have a side by side comparision, as motion goes they were neck and neck. I wonder if the reason I noticed the credits juddering 'slightly' was the fact that the resolution was so much higher I could actually see it? When I took a 5min break and returned, I noticed no judder at all and took me a good few minutes before my eyes began to pick up on it again. When actually watching a movie for real, and not looking for problems I'll never pick it up. It really is as close to a CRT as you'll find. I really need to view a display now which advertises the fact it supports 24hz 5:5 like the Tosh Z does to compare but I honestly don't think you're going to get anything any smoother from a flat panel display. I turned the 24hz feature off and tried again. SNAP! Everything looked exactly the same. I'm not sure what that tells us?