I tried a couple of searches, but I could not find an answer to this question, so I thought I would go ahead and ask it in a separate thread. Panasonic's Web site is notorious for having mis-information concerning their DVD players specs, so could someone tell me if the Panasonic DVD-RP91 truly has a 12 bit Video D/A Converter? This history behind this question is that I am entertaining the idea of replacing the DVD video portion of my Pioneer DV-47Ai with a player that does not have the chroma bug. I'm not looking to spend a lot of money, since I already did on the DV-47Ai, so I am looking at the Panasonic DVD-XP30, which I ordered from Sharper Image. I understand that this is the same player, video-wise, as the Panasonic DVD-RP82, minus the DVD Audio. And that this player did better in the Progressive Shootout than the RP91. However, it only has a 10 bit Video D/A Converter, whereas the DV-47Ai, and supposedly the RP91 have 12 bit. Every other player on Panasonic's site show a 10 bit Video D/A Converter, so I thought I would confirm. Thanks.