And most want 120 because a few BluRay titles are 24 or "Film Mode" so the best match is a 120Hz screen.
Since no BD/DVD supplies "true 120Hz" you may want to end the confusion here. Only those gamers hunt for 120Hz input rates.
-> As to enhancements, you can turn it on or off according to your like or dislike.
I am looking for a new 50" flat screen and am getting confused by the different refresh rates. I know I don't want a 60hz refresh, but I am seeming to find alot of TVs that show a 120hz refresh but when you read the fine print, they really aren't a true 120, but rather a 60 with software that makes it a 120.
Can anyone help me figure out the difference between a "real" 120hz refresh and on that is simply a screen that is being enhanced....for example, is "true motion 120" really a 120 or a 60 that has been "tweaked"?
I appreciate your help, am I overthinking it?