I recently bought the version of Welles' Chimes at Midnight/Falstaff available in SPAIN from dvdgo.com. I was worried that it was listed as both PAL and region 2, since my main set up is region 1 and NTSC. But I figured I'd be able to watch it on my computer -- and that that would be better than watch my old poor VHS dub of a VHS dub of a Japanese laserdisc of the same movie, which was what I had been suffering with for ages. Well, just for the heck of it, I popped it into my progressive scan JVD dvd player. The disc wasn't rejected on region grounds... as it turns out, the disc is "all regions" even though it wasn't listed that way. And, oddly enough, it played find on my TV! Since the TV is an HD-ready beast, it can handle up to 60hz... so I thought that I might be able to watch it -- even though the TV is NTSC -- but ONLY if I had a PAL compatible player. Well, my player makes not claim to PAL compatability. But using the component progressive outputs on the player, and the progressive component inputs on the TV, everything was fine, and looked very nice. Is this typical?