Hi Guys as I mentioned within another thread, I have some screenshots of both the Samsung SP50L7 and the Toshiba 46WM48p, displaying the same images on each set. For those of you not familiar with my background, I originally owned the Toshiba for a little over 4 months before returning it and purchasing the Samsung. I returned the Toshiba due to the motion blurring/fizzing. I was aware of this problem prior to purchasing the Toshiba, and actually witnessed it on Gladiator during a demo, but believed that it was due to the actual film, and would not be a regular occurrence. However, it seemed to get worse after I purchased the set, although it was probably just me looking out for it as I was noticing it on every film I watched, and in the end wasnt really watching any films instead I was actually concentrating and waiting for each panning shot so I could see how bad the fizzing was! Anyway, I really liked the Toshiba apart from the fizzing, which I just couldnt put up with anymore. So, I managed to get a complete refund from Comet (was very decent of them) and was looking at the Samsung SP50 but had heard reports that the picture wasnt as sharp as the Toshiba, and bearing in mind I didnt want to make another mistake, decided that I should compare the picture on both sets prior to another purchase. So, due to not having any Comets or Currys within my area having both sets on display, I decided that the only option I had was to take some screenshots with a camera. Although I realise it wasnt the most accurate of methods it was the only one available to me! So, i took along my Denon 2910 DVD player, along with my QED HDMI lead, and hooked it up to the Sammy so all things would be equal on both sets. I actually forgot to note the frame times when I took the photos of the Sammy, so when I got home to take the photos of the Toshiba, I had to fiddle about to try and get the picture in the same position but I wasnt 100% successful as you will probably see but at least it gives some sought of comparison I suppose. I havent altered anything on the photos all thats been done is the image size has been adjusted to fit on these forums. To be honest the Toshiba does have a slight edge on the sharpness side, but theres really not that much in it but take a look and make your own conclusions!