Greetings again! I'm looking at DVD players and I have a question. I was looking at the Denon models and the 1910 is listed as scaling but doesn't list 3:2 pulldown detection. the 1910 boasts a new decoding engine, which made me wonder if the 3:2 detection is no longer needed for that model. Just to make sure I have the terms straight: Progressive means that images are shown in full from top to bottom, not alternating half images (interlaced). 3:2 means that it automatically detects when the signal is at a different frame/second and essentially recreates the "right" image to display progressively. Scaling means that it is "increasing" the resolution of the image to match the display's capabilities.