I was as close as you can get to buying a new HD widescreen tv, I love movies and have a large dvd collection, all enhanced for WS TV, but my brother got his tv first and being the hometheater nut of the family went with my tools to set up the 65" Mitsubishi beauty with my "Video essentials" dvd and the "Radio Shack" SLP meter for his new Denon receiver. I must admit that I love the color of the set and to watch a great movie in its proper aspect ratio is a sight to be hold, but there is always something that bothers me when I watch a dvd on this tv and it is some sort of grain(Like a light rain effect) that is always present and moving around and on top of objects that does not show on my own 50" analog projection tv, I watch my tv from 12 feet and my brothers' is located at about 15 feet from the viewing area. I have also watched this digital artifacts on other digital displays in store showrooms and to tell you the truth, I DON'T LIKE IT ONE BIT, while it is true that with HD material the problem is greatly reduced, is also true that 80% of the time I will be watching dvds on the set I buy. So, Should I stick with my square 50" box that looks very smooth (not blury)? or should I go with a brightly color HD set that gives me the GRAINS?. My brother owns a 65" Mitsubishi below the Diamond series. Maybe some HD tvs handle dvd movies better than others. I need help.