What displays pass 480p natively? I have a 32" JVC TV now and I use a Panasonic CV51 interlaced DVD player. Some day, I would like to switch to progressive DVD and "HDTV" display. I have noticed that DVD's played back on some Panasonic, Toshiba or Hitachi HDTV's look poor and not sharp at all. I have stumbled on the fact that some TV's not only line-double the NTSC cable (which sucks and I have to live with that too), but they also up-convert 480p progressive DVD output to 540p. If this is what is happening, then in my opinion, this is stupid and it looks really bad. The detail is poor with artifacts that clearly tell me the information is being corrupted and lost. I can see that the display is progressive because there are no scan lines, so more of the screen area is showing the image, but to me, it looks mushed up or distored. I see this up-converting in the specs of TV's now as I have learned about what I'm seeing, 540p and 1080i. I realize that the only way they display 480p DVD on those sets is through some conversion. Does what I say make sense? So, what HDTV's currently display progressive DVD player output at their native 480p?? Could someone reduce my search time by pointing me to the companies that do this?