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Extremely high contrast ratios are simply a marketing gimmick, so I wouldn't put too much emphasis into that.

I do agree that Samsung makes some of the best tvs and the ones you linked to look good

happy hunting
i am a huge fan of samsung panels so i know i cant go wrong with one. the 6500 has a higher contrast but more importantly, .2" thinner lol.
    
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All these newer samsung LED-LCD edge lit models you posted have very high input lag even in "Game Mode" and "PC Mode". If you're primarily using it for gaming I would suggest looking for the last years KDL-55EX500 or KDL-60EX500 120hz LCD model from Sony which is around 40ms input lag in game mode. Remember one thing though, the bigger your screen gets the more input lag its going to have compared to the smaller 46" and under guys.

The absolute best gaming LCD monitor with lowest input lag on PC Mode is still the Samsung LN52A650 model from 2008.

Heres a good thread with people testing all sorts of LCD and LED-LCD sets out there for input lag.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1131464

Heres a link to the 55" LCD from Sony for $1299
http://www.lcdtvs.com/prodinfo.phtml...=LCDTVSFroogle
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I use a 50" (PN50B850) Plasma in the living room where there is LOT of light and i barely never see a difference...
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