Not sure if this should be in the display section because it also involves my DVD player. Ok, I just got a Philips 30" widescreen CRT (best I could afford and at least it is widescreen =). I was hooking up my component cables last night and I connected them to the ouput on the back that said 480i/480p/1080i which is the naturaly assumed correct input for a DVD player. I get into the manual and start reading. Apparently on this input you can't change sharpness or tint! WTF?!?!?!?! I don't know why philips did this but it has be some good reason for it, I just can't think of one. This output defaults to widescreen (I assume this since this option isn't available in the menu and DVD's appear to be correctly displayed). If I were to use the other component input I could have the other two picture adjustments for proper calibration, but I would have to choose either progressive or 1050i (yeah it's 1050 for some reason) for displaying DVD's. So my first question is: how is double progressive going to work? Will I have to turn off my DVD player's progressive scan if I switch inputs because I'm sure it's probably better than the TV's. Can I leave them both on? This just frustrates me to no end. The picture looks good right now but I know that it's not accurate. I'm not sure I want the TV trying to enhance the picture. 30PW850H99 is the model number. Perhaps if someone owns it they can tell me what they do.