You have a more recent firmware than what is on the website.
I wouldn't downgrade if there's nothing wrong with your television, and if something was wrong, I'd recommend a service call. If you do downgrade, there's no way to revert back up, so I suppose a lot of it depends on how much you have faith on what people might post.
There will always be "perception" arguments on which firmware updates provide a better picture. The fact is that regardless of the firmware's default settings, all of the units can be calibrated within specifications, and therefore the picture quality doesn't suffer.
I have a Samsung 32' 1080P HDTV. When going to SW Upgrade and hitting INFO on the remote I get the following firmware info:
MODULE: T-PRL3AUSC-1008.0, DATE: 2008-11-09,
MICOM: T-PRLAUSM-1007 MTK-DRV 184.108.40.206,
On your support site there is a 1005.1 module and a 1006.1 micom firmware update. From what I see it looks like I have a 1008 core and a 1007 processor.
So my question is this... Do I have a more recent firmware that is available on your website? And secondly, I read on various forums that downgrading the 1007 MICOM to the 1006.1 on the website works better with the 1008 module. Is this true or should I not use any of the firmware on the support site. And lastly, why is an older firmware on the website than what was installed on my TV?
Thank you for your help.