Sorry if this is answered in detail elsewhere, but with all the talk regarding the Liteon LVD-2001 DVD player (for those who haven't heard, its biggest feature is the ability to upscale from 480i to 1080i, among other resolutions, via component output)--how does the picture quality of an image upscaled from 480i (e.g., typical DVD movies) to 1080i compare to the PQ of a native 1080i image (i.e., one that hasn't been upscaled--assuming that there is such a thing)? Or let me rephrase my question to be a bit more specific--objectively speaking, how much of a difference is it? On a related note--what is the sorting order, from lowest PQ to highest PQ, of the following resolution types: 480i, anamorphic (are all 480p considered anamorphic and vice-versa, as far as DVD movies are concerned?) 480p, native (i.e., unscaled) 720p, native 1080i, 480i upscaled to 480p (can this even be possible/allowable?), 480p upscaled to 1080i (assuming that this is also possible/allowable), 480i upscaled to 1080i (possible w/ Liteon 2001 and Samsung HD931) Yes I know that judging picture quality can be quite subjective depending on the source and viewing equipment, but I'm more interested in the resolution numbers themselves. Also, are the terms "upconvert" and "upscale" interchangeable when it comes to resolutions, e.g., 480i upconvert/upscale to 1080i? Thanks!