Originally Posted by ViN86
honestly, how much difference does 120Hz/24p make?
like i told you when i talked to you. 120/24p is supposedly 24 frames per second. At 120hz, it's the same exact screen 5 times, whereas in 60hz something refered to as 2:3 pulldown occurs. While I have a tv that supports 120hz, and a BD players outputting 24p, I honestly don't see that much of a difference. In fact I usually leave the 120hz off when watching cable or playing a game. Of course I have a LCoS display, so I don't have to worry about motion blur (response time is around 16 microseconds, as opposed to 2-8 milliseconds). I also have a few friends with panny plasmas that also never use it. When you think about it, most games are struggling to hit 720/60p (iirc the only one that actually acheives this is GT5).
Like you said though, LCDs can be sensitive to input lag, just make sure you thoroughly research you set (go to store and hook up your 360).