I can't seem to find information as to whether fixed pixel projectors such as LCDs or DLPs convert an interlaced signal to a non-interlaced signal by themselves. I would assume they do, but i have no proof. I have an LCD projector and I run an S-Video signal to it for the time being (until i get some component cables) When I get really close to the screen and look at static images (ex. DVD menus), I notice that the image 'shakes' (vertically I think) for lack of a better term. The 'shaking' is really apparent when looking at a horizontal line somewhere on the picture, which could even mean the border between the movie picture and the black border on top or bottom of the picture. I assume this tells me the picture is interlaced because isn't the 'shaking' eliminated when viewing a progressive scan signal?