After reading all these articles about chroma bug, I got the understanding that this only affects progressive scan, not interlaced. Am I wrong? http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/volum...ug-4-2001.html "One should be used for frames marked "interlaced", and a different one should be used for frames marked "progressive." Most decoders use only one algorithm for all frames, and that's where they go wrong." I have an interlaced picture (large, over 100") where some of the red colours flow over and a friend told me that looks exactly like a chroma bug. I was hoping that would be the case as I have heard Sony players tend to have this bug but from all I read it seems to be progressive only problem.