This is my first LCD TV, and it's driving me insane. Please bare me with, and please, I beg of you, help me. I was looking for a 15 inch LCD for my kitchen, and I decided on the Philips 15PF5120/28 (sometimes called 15PF5120). It is the perfect size (with speakers on the bottom) and also happens to be HD-ready. Perfect! It finally came yesterday, and the picture quality is... fuzzy. Everything sort of has this fuzz around it. A combination of fuzzy and grainy is the best way I can describe it. For the record, this is without being connected to an HD cable box. I didn't get it yet, so all I tested the TV with is regular digital cable (using RCA cables) and a DVD player (using component cables). The picture quality each time remains fuzzy and grainy no matter what connection I use or settings I change. Being completely new to LCD, I have no idea if this is normal or not. Maybe the quality is so improved over my old CRT TV that I can see the "bad" more clearly? I figured this could MAYBE make sense with the digital cable, but not with a DVD, right? My CRT TV plays a DVD with a much clearer picture than this LCD. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but under no circumstances should this (or any) brand new LCD TV play a DVD with any kind of fuzzy picture, right? Is this specific TV just... broken? Is there just something wrong with it? Or maybe it's all models of this TV that has this quality? Or... it's normal? I can't see how, but I'm too much of a newbie to know for sure. Can someone please help me out here. I've been reading every forum/site that exists all day. I need to know if this is just how a 15 inch LCD should be, if it's a fluke and I should just exchange it for another of the same model, or if I should start looking for a different TV altogether. Thanks in advance for any help.