I'm looking into buying a progressive scan DVD player to get the most out of my new Panasonic 47wx53. I've always intended to get one I just figured I'd wait awhile for my funds to recover, and in the meantime use my Xbox w/HD pack. However now I'm definitely noticing where the picture is sometimes lacking on DVDs, and while to some degree I'm sure pro calibration would help, from what I've read it sounds like a good DVD player makes enough of an impact that getting one in the near future is worth considering. So here are my options. Denon 1600 - Seems like a sure thing from all the user reviews and the Secrets reports. I considered a Panasonic Xp-30 on Ebay, but I've heard the Denons are a little better in picture, and I'd like DVD-A if possible, and with the 1600 down to $330 and the ebay Pannys at least $250, it seems like the Denon is a better deal. New Denon - I've heard a couple different things on the new Denons. I've heard the 1200 is a replacement for the 1600 (which the features make sense for) but I've also heard its closer to the 900 (which I've heard doesn't look as good as the 1600). And of course there isn't much in the way of reviews of the 1200 and other new Denons, and the 1200 is $400 new. In case I didn't mention, I'd like to spend as little as possible w/o sacrificing quality, so I'm looking for a good deal, but still trying to get the most for my money. Other Cheaper Option - I briefly considered the Pioneer 563, but it sounds like the video doesn't compare to the Faroudja chip players, and SACD isn't really worth that to me. So I guess the big question becomes, should I just get the Denon 1600 as a sure thing or is it worth waiting to see how the new players are, or if something with the newer FLI2310 chip comes out in my price range? I'm not sure if there are any improvements w/the newer chip or newer players that would be worth waiting for in my situation, but then that's why I'm posting. Thanks in advance.