Can somebody help me out with this please? I have been posting in a couple of threads and one thing has come up that I'm not sure about. 1080/24p signal. I've been looking at Panny G15 Plasma and Sammy 650 and 860 plasmas. Have decided to go with the Panny G15. The one knock on it in most reviews and CNET is the fact that when you pump it a 1080/24p signal, the 48hz refresh rate has a flicker to it. CNET finds it most distracting and will not use it but rates the Panny G10 high regardless. I watched a G15 with Pirates of the Caribbean #3 pumped into it from a blu-ray. Picture looked amazing but when I played with the menu settings, I was unable to switch the 48hz rate on. The salesman said you would never really need that feature and it's there for only the most hardcore videophiles. I got some good info from a poster here who said: "If the feature only works for 1080p/24 video, then the display probably disables the option so you can't choose it unless you're feeding it w/ a 1080p/24 signal. You'll probably need to change the output setting at the source device, eg. BD player, to 1080p/24 for that -- also, remember that 1080p/24 usually only applies to film sourced material, not video sourced content." Question: What are some examples of film sourced material where I would really want to utilze this feature? Aren't all films considered "film sourced" material? Thanks!