Just wanted to make a few points.

xvYCC and DeepColor are not supported by BluRay or HD-DVD. You cannot get DeepColor out of consumer equipment currently on the market. I can guarantee the TV in question does not support DeepColor, and if it did - it would do you absolutely no good.

xvYCC has nothing to do with DeepColor.
The only way to get xvYCC is out of a computer (game or other content) through a video card that supports xvYCC or out of an HD camcorder with xvYCC support...

HDMI 1.3 inputs may be DeepColor-rated. In the list of specs that just means that an HDMI port is Hi-Speed 1.3 - it does not mean the *device* itself supports DeepColor...

For the most part, DeepColor and xvYCC are marketing gimmicks. Google those terms, and you'll see for yourself...

As far as the 10 bit question. I think it was asked here before, and the consensus was that:
a) most likely it *is*;
b) it is Samsung's closely guarded secret (while other manufacturers post it on their website), and no official answer was given. At least, that's how I remember it...

_jr_