I've a 38" Aconda, and am very pleased with it. I've attempted to calibrate it myself using only user menues and the DVE disk. I've heard claim that the Aconda looks best with a non-progressive scan DVD player vs. a progressive scan unit. When I first hooked up a new Denon 2815 in progressive mode, it looked terrible, though I discovered that this was due mostly to the fact that the settings for the progressive component input were way off, resetting them to defaults drastically improved things. Playing further, I noted that (The Fifth Element Superbit version) the screen text in the opening few scenes ("200 Years Later", etc.) were almost unreadably blurry. This didn't happen when the 2815 was switched to non-progressive mode (and the Aconda set for non progressive input). I replaced the 2815 with a Denon 2910, and the blurriness was gone, so I'm wondering if this means that the problem was the "de-interlacer" on the 2815 vs. the (highly rated on the Secrets site) 2910? So the question is, by using the 2910 in progressive mode am I bypassing all the cool stuff that makes the Loewe a Loewe? I mean, it still looks great, and I can't see a difference between non-progressive mode vs. progressive mode from the 2910 (at least with what I've watched so far), but still I wonder... Can anyone shed some light on this? Have any other Loewe owners out there played around with progressive vs. not inputs? (I'm using component video for both cases, btw).