But that's my preferred setting. You should call it in and report it's not working. Unless folk report it or even return the products they have no reason to improve it.
I have some mild judder (jerkiness/jumpiness) on all "canned programming" such as sit-coms, hour long serials, movies, DVDs, etc. I experience none on "live" programming such as news, sports, award ceremonies, etc. The Motion Smoother setting that creates the least judder is Off. In a CNET comment section associated with the 55 inch model, I noticed that only one other person described the same thing which leaves me wondering whether others who have purchased the ST60 models have experienced the same thing no matter how mild. The other person reporting this phenomenon was told by Panasonic to unplug his set for 60 seconds, then plug it back in again. So I tried that too. While both of us observed a reduction in judder, it's still exists to some minor degree and, at least for the other gentleman, the "fix" was only temporary. Having just done this simple procedure, maybe my improvement will only be temporary as well. Here's my question to those who have the ST60 model: Have you experienced mild judder on "canned programming" as well and, if so, aside from turning the Motion Smoother off, what have you done to eliminate (or virtually eliminate) it? Thanks!