its all about frame rate, but it plays a big part in edge smoothness and picture detail with any motion on the screen.
so if your looking at a still image it will not make a diffrents, but with motion it can go a long way.
I'm shopping for my first HDTV. I'm frustrated that several of the TVs that I'm interested in do poorly on the 2:3 pulldown function.
CNET review of Sony SXRD A2000 rates the picture quality in HD as excellent, but states that the 2:3 (reverse?) pulldown processing is poor. I'm confused. I thought that 2:3 pulldown affects any filmed movie (shot at 24 fps), whether displyed from a HD, DVD or SD source. True or not?
Should this affect my buying decision? If the pulldown fuction were important, then I would think the Sony would not get an ''excellent'' rating.
Can anyone help put this issue in perspective for me?