OK I know that there are two choices when dealing with progressive scan and 3:2 pulldown. The TV does it or the DVD player does. So if you have a DVD player that has both features when the signal is sent to the TV it bypasses the TV's circuity for both. If you have an interlaced player you send a 480i signal to the TV and it makes it 480p with 3:2 pulldown. Correct? So... With progressive scan player: DVD player(prog/3:2/480p)--->TV(bypass circuitry)--->Screen With interlaced player: DVD player(480i)----->TV(converts to 480p w/ 3:2)--->Screen Now my question is about the difference between both methods. Both are displayed at 480p with 3:2 pulldown right? Does one method have a advantage in PQ over the other? I assume the progressive player to TV would be better because I believe there is one less analog/digital conversion involved but does it affect the PQ in anyway?