Hello, I had hooked up my Panasonic RP-62 DVD player to my Samsung DLP. I first used the S-Video, which looked pretty fair. I then bought some Monster Component Cables connected the DVD player that way as well. Now, I haven't bought a setup DVD yet, but it seems to me and all other viewers that the S-Video looks better than the component input. It looks like it has more colour variation and accuracy. People say that the S-Video image looks more realistic and "jumps out" at them more. I have tried the "normal," "movie," and "dynamic" settings on the component input but none of them are right on. On default settings, the DVD on component is too dark - I have to turn it up to "dynamic" to match the S-video. For most other people, it seems to be vice versa - their component is quite light. I don't understand the problem or how to solve it - it exists whether I let my DVD handle the progressive out or let the DLP do the deinterlacing. Does anyone know what is wrong?