Just replaced a Sony 35' (KV-35S42) with a Sony Wega 32' (KV-32FS17), and am much happier with the new set. EXCEPT: As with the previous Sony, I'm noticing in moments of high contrast, a trailing and or fogging of the bright part of the picture against the dark part. Examples: 1. Someone's waving around a flashlight in the dark (typical X-FILES / SE7EN type shot). There are momentary trails of the flashlight bulb against the surrounding darkness. 2. On a widescreen image, a window to the outdoors is at top of frame say, to the left. There is a visible fog on the black letterbox matte above the window. I've calibrated with Video Essentials. The black level holds from high area picture level to low. My contrast is set a bit above half, though I've experimented with setting it much higher or lower just to see what effect such an adjustment would have - none, as I'd figured. So, what gives? Is it the picture tube? A reflection against the glass of the set? And how to beat it? An exchange? A repair? Something I could do in the Service Menu? By the way, if anyone has the code for the Service Menu on these TV's, I wouldn't mind at least taking a peek at it.