You bash people for comments when they don't own the product, but you are dumb enough to keep buying them.
If you're still keeping track of these boards, I have a question for you: why can't I get a Samsung LCD without clouding (mura), flashlights, or bad backlight leakage? I'm by no means bashing Samsung LCDs. In fact, I believe them to be some of the best in the biz. However, over the past several months, I have owned multiple Samsung LCDs (LN-T3253H, LN-T375H, and currently, LN-T4065F) and all have had problems hampering otherwise excellent PQ. Maybe I'm just unlucky, extremely picky, or both. I just want an LCD with a uniform backlight. Is that really too much to ask out of a nearly $2,000 investment? How can my 2 year old 20 inch viewsonic monitor that costs but a fraction of the 65F have far superior uniformity? From what I've gathered through research, clouding is the result of impurities between the panel as well as uneven pressure, issues that could be prevented with careful manufacturing. Why is a top tier, ultra high end tv mired in lazy defects? I've sent numerous emails to Samsung concerning this issue, expressing my concern with their quality control. What have I got in return? Nothing but silence. It has been over a week and still no response from Samsung. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I really don't want to have to return another otherwise superior tv. At this point, I'm even considering jumping ship and going to plasma (at least uniformity won't be an issue there).