"Not a complete review"4.0 starson by kdawg2332
Pros: Beautiful TV with full 1080p
Cons: 1080p only on one input
Summary: CNet did not do all its homework and I think it should review its own review. It is possible to turn off the DNIE by going to the service menu. I would recommend using a calibrator to do it, but it is still possible. See below: From avs Forum
WARNING, I ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY ENTERING THE SERVICE MENU! USE EXTREME CAUTION AND WRITE DOWN ANY SETTINGS BEFORE MAKING ANY CHANGES!
1. Enter the service menu by pressing "mute, 1, 8, 2, power" within a second of one another while the TV is turned off.
2. Once in the service menu, use the arrow keys to go to the "DNIe" page and right click.
3. Once in the DNIe page, turn each of the following parameters in the first column to the "OFF" position.
That's it! No more DNIe!