Yea - yea - yea, it sounds like an odd name for a topic, but bear with me... Did anyone here want to make out the fight scenes better in the Transformer movie? Was Michael Bays shaky cam too much to make anything out? Well I give you advice that makes shaky cam scenes much more viewable. 120 htz. When I recently bought my 52 inch Samsung 1080p, 120 htz HDTV, I was anxious to see TF on it. What I noticed, and other people who have seen TF on Bluray, via 1080p and 120 htz, is that with 120 htz on, it puts all that shakiness in check. Don't ask me how, I'm not that tech savy. I can swear to you, that I saw each of the final battles a heck of a lot better. With 120 htz on, it seemed to slow down all the shakiness, and the Brawl fight kicks solid ass because of it. You could make out every little detail. When Ironhide slams a car to the side to make way for Sam to run under a transforming and approaching Blackout in mission city, I could actually see it, hence why I was able to give a clear description, when I had no idea what was happening before. So the best way to watch TF, is not only in 1080p, but 120 htz if you want to hurt that shaky cam where it counts. 120 htz, is now dubbed, "The Bay Tamer." Or you can call it, "The Shaky Cam Killer."