I have a couple of questions regarding PQ of certain DVDs and am hoping to find out if they're source material based or if there's something in my setup that needs to be fixed. Relevant equipment: Panasonic PT-47WX53 (calibrated w/ DVE + 64 point convergence) Denon DVD-1600 Blue Jeans Cables component cable Specific Nitpicks - these may or may not be related to each specific disc, but these are where I noticed the anomalies: 1. A Bug's Life - Panning at the beginning is choppy - In scenes with a lot of flat color (esp. the green notice screen before the movie) I notice waviness/jitters in the picture going across a strip in the center only 2. Band of Brothers (Disc 1) - In indoor/low light scenes there is a LOT of graininess. 3. Most film-based material - Some jagginess and non-fluid motion 4. Any disc - When in serviceman convergence mode, and DVD player is on, the convergence lines start to waver and spike (almost like an oscilloscope but not as bad) If any of this is normal, that's fine. I just want to know if I have anything set correctly or if there's a specific cause + solution for any of the problems. Panny settings: Color Temp: Normal Natural Color: Off Video NR: Off 3D Y/C Filter: Off (This is greyed out -- normal?) Color Matrix: HD VM: Off Thanks for any help.