Hey all, I recently got my first LCD TV. I wanted to ask about something because I am honestly not sure if it's an "issue" or not. I have a Sony 32 inch LCD Widescreen. It's a Bravia, but not the XBR, it's the midgrade Silver one. When I watch a source, which in my case is exclusively DVD's, any DVD I play is very noisy in the video. I can see the back of scenes "Move" like a grain motion. My TV does have a Noise Reduction Setting that if I put on high, stablizes the image perfectly. I guess what I am asking is in the realm of LCD TVs, should I be having to use that NR option and particularly on high? Is that just a normal thing for LCD TVs? Is there any downside to using the NR feature? Just for comparison, if anyone else uses a simular feature, I would like to know. MY DVD player is a brand new Sony upconverting DVD player. Though I am not using the Upconverting feature yet, the cable is on order. (HDMI) For now I have it hooked up via S-Video, so I'm not even seeing 480p. I'll be glad when I can fully use my player! So anyway... thoughts on that NR? Thanks!