So there's this thing out there on more and more DVD players called Faroudja or Silicon Image de-interlacer. While I understand what it does and how it does it, sort of. If a DVD player says it has this DCDi technology is it the same technology you would find in more expensive models? In other words, DVD player A costs $250 and has this technology in it, DVD Player B Costs $600 and has this technology in it as well. Do they both do the same thing? Obviosly DVD B has some extra stuff in it as well (Hence the higher cost)but as far as the higher picture quality benefit DCDi gives you. I have a Panny 47" HDTV Ready. Would there be a benefit, watching DVD's on this TV, using a player with the DCDi Technology as opposed to buying just a basic Prog Scan DVD player without DCDi? I haven't read anywhere that it uses different connections, so I am assuming that I could still connect with Component Video Cables. So, I'm assuming the Players with DCDi tech. don't require you to connect with a different style connecter to get the extra quality, ie DVI, firewire, Etc. Last question what are some players that are multi regional and have the DCDi tech. in them (just for DVD movie watching, nothing fancy)? I'm in the process of looking some of these up but just figured I'd throw that last question in there.