I just purchased a Toshiba 50" wide screen. I've hooked it up to my Sony t-60 via the S-video input as well as the regular coax. The picture isn't all that impressive. Some horizontal lines, blockiness, fuzziness, and jaggies. Nothing radical mind you, but a big difference from the 32" Sony Tube TV it replaced. I set up manual preference for the Superbowl. Just seemed fuzzy. Even DVD's didn't look to sharp. I'm actually disappointed. I have no noise setting. I have reduced contrast quite a bit, brought the brightness down, and the color level down. Although it looked better, it looks like a first generation projection set. I also ran the convergence calibration test from the button in front. I expected at least the DVD to knock my socks off, but it didn't. I tried Bugs life (my standard for testing), and MI2. Makes me want to roll my 32" Sony back into the room. I used S video out on the DVD player (no composite). The demo DVD they ran in Best Buy looked excellent on this set (I did not get the Demo unit). The saleman said it was recorded from an HD signal. I do use Theaterwide mode 1. I'm happy that the picture fills in nicely from natural mode, which actually doesn't look good. As I said, this is my first big screen. I *Should* be 'lovin' it. The Superbowl really seemed ugly to me. Cameras on the players were fair, but the camera pointing down on the field before a play seemed like a fuzzy mess. Sorry to go on here, but this is disappointing. Plus my wife wonders why I removed a crisp 32" trinitron for a picture like this one has, regardless of size.....I need to make it better. I plan on tracking down one of the Avia disks. But I have a hard time believing I can really make the picture crisper through changes made with the remote control. Any thoughts?