I have decided to pair my Toshiba 5700 progressive-scan DVD player with a Samsung TXM-3296HF. One of the main drawback to this set is that it lacks internal 3:2 pull-down processing. However, my particular model DVD player has it(as well as aspect ratio control), so do I really need it on the TV? Dosen't the DVD internal 3:2 procesing supercede the TV's and provide the same benifits? Also, what other types of sources can take advantage of 3:2 processing? As I understand it(correct me if Im wrong, of course) 3:2 processing is employed to provide a more "film-like" picture on a video display by taking down the refresh rate(or something) for the 24fps of film. Since TV is broadcast in 30fps, is TV internal 3:2 only to the advantage of interlaced players? Right now, I only plan on hooking up a DVD player and videogame systems(PS2, X-Box, Gamecube) to the TV. Later on, I will buy an HDTV tuner, or rent one from my cable company. When a movie or TV show is broadcast in HDTV(such as HBO of Showtime HD, for example), will it be shown in 24fps? If so, will my picture be of a lesser quality due to my TV's lack of 3:2? I know I'm allover the map, but any information anyone can provide me with would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in Advance!