I am having some minor issues on my Toshiba 65HDX82, and I have done a little bit of searching here, and I am wondering, how many really knew of the "acceptable" visual problems that come with a big screen? These are not major issues, but little problems here and there. It seems that most makers of big screens, unless it's an obvious defect (rolling screen, color missing, very obvious defects), state that "this picture here is considered acceptable by our company". Really! It's just a little disappointing to get the sales pitch when buying that obviously never even mentions of these "acceptable" standards. I am the only one here who is a little concerned about this? I bet not. FYI, my main issue right now is that the horizontal lines, from any source tend to vary in intensity and sometimes flicker. There are definitely areas that are darker than others. It took me a while to notice it, but of course, once you notice something like this, you can never "un-notice" it again; it's like a bulls-eye target. I'm not sure what the source of the problem is, but I suppose it could be the screen itself. Maybe the portions that are darker are from dust/dirt, and the slight flicker is from EMI. Anyway, just ranting.