I've had my Sony XBR5 for about a year now. For most of my viewing activities, the XBR5 is a thing of beauty. I didn't even realize I had some motion blur until I got a whole bunch of Blu-Rays this season. Especially Dark Knight and Speed Racer. Dark Knight has a bunch of fast-moving action scenes, and Batman's pointed ears seemed to leave a brief, ghost-like trail over my screen each time he moved fast. Please note that Dark Knight didn't cause the problem, it's just the movie that showed me the existence of the problem. I put in some of my older Blu-Rays, and this seems to happen for movies with quick action scenes. Only now did I Google the Sony XBR5 to find out that there's a motion blur problem. Apparently, the pixels stay lit longer than they should, and the image might be blurry during quick movement. (Strangely enough, Transformers, Iron Man, and the Hellboy series have no motion blur. With all its quick action I'd think for sure TF would have blur, but Dark Knight is far blurrier) I've read 10 different tutorials on how to re-arrange the settings, and therefore I've read 10 different explanations on how to get rid of this blur. In all honesty, I trust the board members here more with technical explanations. It also doesn't help that the Cinemotion settings have vague names like "Auto 1" and "Auto 2," and the Motion Enhancer has vague names like "Standard" and "High." Just about all I know about the XBR5's motion blur is that a certain setting makes the action look like it's going at 1.5 speed. I really hate that. Is that the only way to get rid of motion blur? Also, my wires are new, and they are all firmly connected. I also don't get this problem with cable-HDTV programming, like HD Prison Break. I also read reviews saying 120hz really helps things. How do I turn this setting on?