Then watch DVDs (then still on the Panasonic S42) experience and a small setback: the PZ70E is TOO good for DVDs, so this trickle but strong. The solution was then the Panasonic S100 1080p upscaling via Faroudja chip ... and the problem was solved.
Now, with the new Blu-ray players, DVD's, however, make EVEN more fun. The upscaling of this is perhaps not as pungent really better, but the color depth ago but still a whole step forward, so I any DVD freak like I am one can only recommend!
However, one must say that the images are still not QUITE perfect, because when there is rapid movement in Blu-Ray still has a blurring effect ... not as strong as for DVDs, but unfortunately can not talk away be.
Because you can see now that the device has also been a few years under his belt, and I'm curious how the autumn appearing 600Hz devices will hit on that point (probably Motionflow brings only a marginal improvement). But still I'll wait then, because by and large you can live with a bit blur very well (you could actually say that you have to be very spoiled, to the to criticize here ... especially for the price ).
The good news is on the other side:
The Panasonic TH50 PZ70E can display 1080/24p!
The difference, however:
There is a 3:2 pull down, and no native representation.