Boy is my face red! :b Ever since getting my SONY VVEGA about a year and six months ago i've talked a lot of trash about how the dvd of 'Titanic' was "too digital looking", "too bright", "too jaggy" etc etc... These are terms taken from my own two lips. Well, that was before I got a new 48" HDTV with advanced de-interlacing circuitry. I'm not yet running TRUE progressive that is player based, but I have the new JVC AV-48WP30 and what it does for non-anamorphic material such as 'Titanic' is amazing! Titles such as 'Office Space' and 'Titanic' look damn near anamorphic on it! As soon as I spun the disc on the new TV I saw immediatly that all the shimmering once terribly presant on the railings of the ship were completely gone! Replaced with nice soft STILL lines. I always thought that all the jagged lines and shimmering of the 'Titanic' dvd was the fault of the transfer and that that's just how it looked, nothing I could do about it. Happily I was wrong. The only problem I have now is that I have to zoom in to get the films AR to fill the screen (with minimal bars of course) and it tends to soften the image a little more than i'd like, but no big deal. I'm sorry I said those things in the past. I love this TV! If this is what the TV does alone to dvd images, I can't wait to buy a progressive scan player!