I've got myself a Panasonic 37LZD85 LCD and I'm mostly pleased with it apart from it's 24fps support. I'm playing Blu-Ray movies from my PS3, through HDMI.
My problem is with the PS3 set to 24Hz output for Blu-Rays and then the Panny set to have 24p Film mode on, motion in the film is beautifully smooth but there's some awful, distracting artifacting on faster moving scenes. Your review is the only one I've read that mentioned this. I've seen this on pretty much most Blu-Ray's I've tried and this on my screen and on the screen I tried in the shop. Fine, I thought, I'll just turn it off, but no, that makes the motion seem jerky on certain scenes and there can some terrible flickering on detailed scenes (Like the space station pans early on in Space 2001, or the vertical stays on the bridge at the alternative end to I Am Legend, or some of the interior panning shots in I Am Legend). The jerkyness I'm talking about is not like I had with the 32LXD70 which seemed to have a slight pause every now and again, but a consistant jerkyness (Probably because it's only 24fps). To me, this looks worse that motion in DVDs played on the screen.
Am I being overly picky about the straight 24fps performance (With 24p Film mode off), or are other screens the same?
Do any other screens give better processing of 24fps material (I really do like the motion with 24p Film mode on, but can't live with the artifacting)?