Got a chance to see these two sets side by side today using different sources and different inputs. In every case, the Philips beat the Sammy in clarity, sharpness, and natural color. Dithering was completely absent and rainbow effects were extremely hard to see. We watched different scenes from Superbit Desperado, Star Trek Nemesis, and The Matrix all on a Pioneer 47Ai using Monster S-Vid and component cables. The Philips use of pixel-plus and "natural motion" technology was astounding, and was a great example of what it can do with a 480i image using s-video. It was clearly a better image than the Sammy using component. What I really liked was the quality of standard tv broadcasts, something that is usually a drawback with other HD RPTV's. Some other notes... - It comes on a swivel stand - It has a sub - output! - There are two sets a 44" and a 55", with a higher-end model (Matchline) and a lower end that will be sold at BB and CC. The Matchline will add Pixel-Plus, Anti-glare screen, and metal speaker grills. - The 44" will go for $3299, the 55" at $3999. Non-Matchline will be $300 cheaper for each set. - Carl Zeiss lenses And no, I'm not a Philips rep, but I do work for Tweeter and was honestly impressed by this product. Oh and we had the thing hooked up to a new Sony 9000ES receiver which was quite nice too!