OK. I purchased a Toshiba 51H83 TV and a Toshiba d-2900 progressive scan DVD player AND a 25 foot 75 ohm component video cable (A.V. Cable). I connected the component cable to the back of my DVD player and to the HD-1 (Colorstream) input in the back of the monitor. I also hooked up my DVD player to my Denon 2800 receiver using 75 ohm coaxial cable (monster). I select widescreen 16:9 format on my DVD player and on my TV I select theaterwide mode 1 (least exaggerated stretch mode otherwise the TV defaults to 4:3). When I put in the Avia disc to calibrate the set to this signal I am surprised at the graininess of the moving video narration that shows the two men describing how to use the disc. Next I put in the Spiderman DVD and watched the top menu animation that shows spidey swinging through the city and again I am amazed at how much it looks like the S-video connection of my NON-progressive scan Pioneer DVD player (333). THEN.....I put the spiderman movie on and it looks GREAT! So I switch and put in the Lawrence of Arabia disc and that looks stunning. Then I put in a live concert disc of 3 Dog Night and that looks ok but no better than it did with my old pioneer hook up. SO WHY DOESN't EVERYTHING LOOK GREAT ALL THE TIME ON DVD WITH THIS SET UP?