My girlfriend and I got both of these at Ultimate Electronics yesterday. They'll be delivered on Saturday along with a new Bell'ogetti stand for the Samsung. I currently just have a Sony WEGA 36-inch set (KV36FV15) along with a Toshiba SD-6200 player. I regret having ever purchased the Tosh DVD player because I never really used it to its full potential. My Sony set is non-HD. My friend who works at Ultimate Eletronics advised me the new Burr Brown D/A converters in Denon's new progressive scan DVD players are much more advanced than my Tosh. *shrug* He gave me a good deal on both products so I decided to go with that, too. It's all being delivered on Saturday. I'm chompin' at the bit right now since it's only Wednesday. I'll certainly write back with my comments once it's all hooked up. I am also contemplating Time Warner Digital Cable since they are steadily increasing their HD-content. I believe they currently have ten channels. Just curious... I currently have the AVIA DVD for calibration purposes. This worked excellent on my Sony. Realistically, is there anything else I need to do? Should I pay for professional calibration? I know that the Samsung DLP's are supposed to be pretty well set outta the box. If anyone has this set or the "little brother" to my HLN-567W, I'd appreciate your comments and input. Thanks... Scott.