I'm thinking of using the interlaced output from the Panasonic DVD-F87 (or an older F-85) as a replacement for my Panasonic CV51. I have an iScan Ultra for my line doubling so no need for progressive. What is the video performance of the DVD-F85/87 like? How is the all-in-one chip? MPEG decoding? Does it have good video frequency response? Chroma Bug ? (not a problem because the iScan Ultra filters that bug, but still curious). Any other comments about this DVD player? It has lots of handy features vs my older CV51. thanx for any info Also, has anyone noticed that the Panny DVD-F87 may have Dolby Pro Logic II decoding? Thats handy for me right now. I say "May Have" because I only saw it listed on the Panasonic website. Until I see a unit in person or hear from someone, I won't believe it. It would be nice to spice up older non-DD or non-DTS DVD's as I've got a receiver which has no DPL II for now.