I know this forum is mostly for Display Devices TV’s and such but I have two questions about two different things. I have pretty much spent my entire wad on my 58” Plasma TV which by the way at least for the first 15 hours or so of break in time is wonderful. Questions: 1.Advertised Upconversion DVD players. Best Buy advertises a Panasonic DVD player that says will “Up the ante in your home theater with this versatile DVD player that can upconvert your standard DVDs to 1080p resolution for stunning color and accurate detail. The dialogue enhance feature delivers crisp sound for improved enjoyment”. Is this true, why would some one spend $200 on a real HD-DVD player if so? What does the word upconvert really mean? Is it worth buying? My set is the 720p 768 1080i set so I don’t really care about the 1080p part but if I can get true 720p HD for $99 I’d go for it. Blu-Ray is not even a consideratiion at this point because of the prices. 2.Calibration Disks. Can a normal layman everyday guy operate one easily? I’m just fairly comfortable around electronic equipment and talk but sometimes you guys can really loose me in some of your technical garble.