I decided to perform a test today... for the first time I pulled out my laserdisc player from a box in my basement, and connected it to my NEC LT150 projector. It is a Pioneer CLD-S104, a cheap model with only analog and composite outputs for audio and video. I ran it through a DVDO IScan Pro to the projector, and was amazed that the picture was so good (watching the original Return of the Jedi, the only LD I ever bought). I would compare the picture to the quality of the DVD Predator, though it still wasn't quite as good as this and I want to make it clear that while the picture is very good, it doesn't come close to DVD quality. So now I'm wondering how much I would benefit from purchasing a new LD player with an S-Video output. I don't need it to have DTS or DD output, as I am more than happy with the sound I get using DPL2. But I do want it to automatically be able to switch sides on a LD, as I hate having to get up to do that. I'd like to keep this cheap as well ($200 or less if possible), as I am essentially purchasing this thing to enjoy the original Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies until the DVDs come out. Anything out there for me? Thanks.