Just a thing I was thinking about. I am sure alot of people have read about the special preview screening Peter Jackson did for the Hobbit and the negative (and positive) reactions to it. Do you guys think Bay will go this route for TF4 (or TF5)? From what I have read about the benefits of it, it makes for smoother motion and better panning (and less motion blur). People also have said this would benefit CGI heavy movies more than most (which what TF is). I have seen the "cinema motion" or whatever that feature is called on new TVs with DOTM playing on it. I thought the bots looked great is non action scenes (they seemed more "real" if that makes sense), but during the fast moving stuff, it looked kinda bad to me. People have said that kinda resembles what 48fps could bring, but with the smoother panning, because the tv feature is faking it. My thought is it could benefit the fast action scenes so we can see what is going on better (part of this is bays fault of course, haha). And I think it could make ILM's awesome CGI stand out even better on screen, even more so if they jump TF4 into the future and get more space sci-fi with it. Of course the other benefit is it will supposedly make 3D better (brighter and not so head ache inducing?), which benefits TF as well. My personally, 3D in theaters strains my eyes sometimes. What do you guys think about all of this? I have seen comparison clips of 48 vs 24, and I like how 48fps looks. I can't wait for the Hobbit (and the Avatar sequels) to see how this pans out.