I was pondering picking up a LD player mainly to watch the original Star Wars trilogy. I own a Toshiba 65H80 and a Panasonic RP-91 (I only mention my DVD player so can you understand what kind of picture quality I'm used to). I am wondering what kind of picture quality I can expect from a widescreen laserdisc that is zoomed by my set? I am talking about a basic player (like a CLD-S104) using the composite input (I'm assuming the comb filter on the 65H80 is better than such a player - correct me if I'm wrong). Since it's really only for SW, I don't want to go all out for the player. For reference, I watch a lot of DirecTV on my set and have it stretched and zoomed. That usually doesn't look very good at all, but is something to compare to. I would hope that the PQ would be much better than that. How would it compare to a non-anamorphic DVD? Also, I have absolutely NO previous experience with laserdisc at all. As always, many thanks in advance for any input on this. -Brett p.s. As an aside, if anyone could tell me what is the best LD version of the ORIGINAL SW trilogy (non-SE), I would be grateful.