Maybe it's the reason I'll never be a reviewer, but I can honestly say that out of my 180 odd DVD's I've never been disappointed in the quality of the picture to the point where I'd rather not have bought it, or I wouldn't watch it again! Maybe it's my eyesight of course, but I'm really happy with the jump in quality from my old VHS tapes to DVD. I know I haven't got the best of systems, my widescreen Toshiba TV is pretty 'bog-standard'and I'm still on Dolby Prologic via my Kenwood HiFi. I'm also still on my first (fairly budget) multi region Toshiba DVD player, but I think the format is fabulous I can't imagine upgrading to anything :b and wonder if I'm alone in this respect? So many of you guys seem to have keener eyesight, better systems etc., and can spot the small flaws I miss - flaws I'm happy to miss, because I love the format and (with the help of US imports) the selection of films I can buy and enjoy for years to come. I'm only now at the end of (almost) replacing all the titles I had on VHS (I won't mention the 1st 3 SW's again!) and couldn't face the thought of another upgrade down the road a bit. Am I really going to miss out, or will the actual, real & true visible & audible differences not be that great??