Skin shifting is the best way I can use to describe what I have seen. The DVD's that I noticed it on were all rentals, Remember The Titans, The Green Mile and Save the Last Dance. It is most noticeable when watching african american actors like Denzel Washington. It almost seems like an after image and it looks like the actors skin isn't moving at the same ratio as their head. At first I wondered if it was watching the movies in the dark after calibrating my TV with natural light. But that theory was shot when my wife saw it on Save the Last Dance viewed during the day. I think that it is an issue with my TV's contrast and brightness controls. I calibrated with VE but the fact that it's mainly african american actors in dark scene's where light and shadow's around/on the face suggests this. The other possabilities that occur to me are dirt on the DVD's or my player. They were all rental's, but problems with all 3. The player is a new RP91 connected to my 32" direct view Panasonic with a cheap RS composite cable. Has anyone ever seen anything similar? Have I been able to explain my problem? TIA.