Hey guys- I just got a blu ray player for Christmas, I opened it early! I got the 2 James Bond box sets last month in anticipation. I have the Sony BDP-S550 connected to the Pioneer 1130HD 1080i plasma display. The Bond films are the only BD discs I have, other then Hancock which was free as part of the Sony promotion. I've watched Dr. No, Die Another Day and the first half of From Russia with Love. What I am wondering about is I noticed during panning shots in From Russia With Love and Dr. No, some slight jittering (For a lack of a better word) going on. What I mean is that I notice in the cinema, whenever there is a panning shot, camera moving across a room for example, I can see some slight jittering, or what I think I am seeing are the individual still frames. Perhaps it's some kind of perception thing going on when film is projected. So I was surprised to see the same thing going on with the Blu Ray disc. I cannot do 1080/24 on this display. Some people with Toshiba HD-DVD players have been able to force it on that Pioneer display that was built one month later then mine. (I tried with my Toshiba HD-DVD player) But I do have the Pioneer's version of 3:2 pull down activated. Or what they call 3:3 as their way to make the 30 fps of video look like 24 fps. So what I am curious about is, am I actually seeing from blu ray material a more film like experience? I tried the 3:3 pull down off and I think it did not make a difference. I tried the SD DVD of From Russia With Love (when the camera pans back from the chess players in Venice) and didn't see this jitter happen on the Sony BD Player. Whether the 3:3 pull down is working or not, it's a great looking picture and perhaps for the first time, I am actually getting a film like experience(?) If I am not, it's still looking great!