Yes during fast action it's the worst but someone also mentioned the 120hz feature on LCD's and believe me I tried it and to say movies look like watching in fast forward and the 120hz motion still doesn't fix anything. The plasma also should have it much better due to 600hz but both HDTV's have this issue. Also flashing cameras and moving scenes ( like a club with lots of lights are the worst) it's horrible, but when I watch a Blu ray on the plasma the picture is rock solid, no matter how fast everything is. I am thinking it's not my HDTV's fault because ( I did shell out money for a 600hz plasma and a 120hz LCD) and the problem is still there, adding some features in the plasma to reduce compression helps a bit, but still the compression is so bad that the HD on most Rogers channel is a joke and I heard of a HD satellite service coming soon to canada that will have only 1080p channels and far less compression with cheaper packages anyways. So if this company can give almost Blu ray quality picture ( like they claim) on their satellite, then Rogers is screwed and I will pay for a service that gives near Blu ray HD and can enjoy my sports without blurring, like most people do in the US, since they got better HD competition.