Hi everybody! This is my first thread/post on this forum.I would like to buy an LCD TV but dont want to jump in the middle of purchase.I am now collecting informations/opinions from owners,etc... My favourite brand is Sony,but its too expensive for me.A few reasons why i decided to choose a Samsung product: 1, design (very stylish) 2, one of the market leading brands 3, i am a Samsung employee,and there is a special extra discount of products for employees so i can get the TV much more cheaper. I am very new to LCD TVs so i dont know the most common problems they have and this is the reason i am asking you. yesterday i took some shots of Alien vs Predator (DVD video) on a Samsung LE40M73BDX (dont say me its too old model and that i have to choose the newest M or F series because i know it,this is just an example). The movie was fed from a Samsung Home theatre player through HDMI.i noticed a very strong effect in the picture.it seems that it is destroying the overall image quality and i see it even if i watch it from distant place.the effect can be seen especially in darker scenes.i didnt done any calibration/setting on the set but i am afraid this is a common problem of LCD TVs nowaday(seen many TVs in shops and noticed the same). So the question i have that what is that effect called and how common is it,or its just about the DVD film quality? the pictures are attached! Does the M86 or F series have this issue? Thanks!