A very easy to set up set, but be aware when the standard def sky plus box is connected via scart that the TV is almost unwatchable cause there seems to be a larger than expected amount of motion blur on peoples lips. Turning TruMotion on does not help in this case - it just makes everything look un-naturally quick moving and jerky.
That said, i have no hi-def sources here to play through the unit yet so the TV can not be truly tested, but at the minute I'd rather have the V turned off and not watch it at all until we get a high def source of some description.
We've had it for 5 days and may indeed return it for an exchange for a better TV with regular sky, as we just can not afford any HD stuff right now. If we keep it I'll let you all know how I get on in the real world with high def stuff.
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