Though I don't know who established this rule, that the human eye cannot distinguish changes above 30 frames per second and observes it as one fluid motion (or was it 24). Just saw a 60Fps demo for the first time (yes, I know I'm like the Indian Police in movies, always late on the scene) and I was blown. It looked much more realistic, with the slightest of motion changes being logged/displayed/felt. What's your take on it? ?