So, with my Samsung HLR4667W I've only got one HDMI input, which I am using for the HD cable box as it is actually an HD signal. From the thread called "what's the point of DVD upconversion?" (sorry can't post links yet) I am guessing that when I get a new DVD player I will only need to get a progressive one since it will connect via component video and so any upconversion will be done by the TV regardless. (I don't want to spend $400 on an HDMI switch right now.) I just wanted to make sure that my logic is correct here and that I am not making a mistake by not getting a DVD player that upconverts. If this is true, I'd rather save the money for when HDDVD comes out and spend it then. If my assumptions are correct, how much of a difference am I going to notice between my current non-progressive scan player and a new one that has it? Or since the DVD is recorded in 480i is the difference mainly going to be related to better DAC's in a newer player? I just want to make sure that I get this straight.