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samsung ln52a630 I nitpicking?

I recently purchased this t.v. and I'm very happy with it except for one thing -the detail. I have an hd signal and I am using an hdmi cable from my satellite box. The detail on the people isn't what I expected. Their faces look as if they have way too much make-up on and lack the detail that some lesser t.v.'s have. I hate to compare brands here, but I think I have to. I purchased a sony bravia 52s4100 and returned it immediately because I realized how much I needed the 120 Hz. I then purchased this t.v. because it had a matted finish and all the reviews have praised its picture quality. Many reviews claim that the PQ is on par with the xbr4 and 6. Well, I don't know if this is true because the level of detail on the s4100 (which is supposed to be a 'lesser' tv) seems to be noticeably better when it comes to human faces (that's what I use to compare detail). Am I being to picky or do I have a reasonable problem? I have tried messing with the setting and I can't get the detail I was thinking I would have. Does the bravia 52w4100 have better detail than this tv? Thanks and sorry for the long post.

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