@AC 12:25 - Flicker
I have a V10 (same NeoPDP panel inside), and no, the 600Hz processing doesn't create frames in between and display them, although this is what all the marketing and slow motion tennis adverts suggest.
These panels flicker like crazy, and if you're in any way susceptible to flicker, you'll hate them or worse end up with splitting headaches. Having moved from an LCD to this screen, I was SORELY disappointed. When you can't see the flicker then YES it really is fantastic, but to my mind a product of this caliber and price should deliver a perfect image and the NeoPDPs simply don't.
When off, the panels aren't black, they're a grey/green colour much like an old CRT. In daylight then, this is the darkest shade it can produce which makes images look really washed out. In lower light the contrast obviously improves and they do look impressive. The flickering is also less noticeable in lower light.
If you hook up a PC, you can expect amazing pictures but calibration is impossible since the panel can't actually display certain patterns - making even simple gamma correction impossible since you can't reliably gauge the shades being shown because they flicker like crazy. My best interpretation ended up with a picture that was way too dark.
It's tiresome reading reviews that quite obviously don't do very comprehensive tests, try one representative film, obviously in a dark room, and hail it is a fantastic TV. Reading reviews is no longer a guarantee of an impartial viewpoint or comprehensive test.