I was recently going through DVD decision hell. JVC, RP56, 4700/5700, something else?!? I read through and searched every forum and review I could find. ARGGGG what to believe?!? So, on my home Friday I stopped at best buy to pick up and take a look at a 4700. I've got a Toshiba TN50X81 that doesn't do the squeeze trick and last year about this same time I bought a 6200 and brought it home for a look. I tried SO HARD to see improvement from progressive scan but couldn't, so I took it back. My current player is a Proscan PS8680Z. Rest assured, the 4700 IS NOT going back. I first played some IMAX discs that historically had showed severe posterization during certian scenes. Now, just a beautiful picture. Then Toy Story, looking for the chroma bug. No color ringing and if the chroma bug was there is was minimal. Colors were great! Bright, vibrant everything looked better than ever. So then I tried Fifth element superbit. WOW. The detail before Leeloo jumps and as she's looking around is just unreal! Looks fantastic. Fleshtones are great. So then I try Titanic, the little girls jumper between chpts 7 & 8 has great detail and the rail does not crawl, no jaggies. Then I tried SuperSpeedway and the grandstand scene, agian, great detail in the seats and no moire (sp?). For every one of these I noticed everything looked better, colors, detail, backgrounds, fleshtones, everything. I couldn't be happier. Since then I have watched the first couple of episodes of Soprano's season 2, Hunt for Red October (boy is that a bad transfer - now I can see bad from good!) and Nightmare before Christmas. Again, looks stunning! I realize that some of these things should go without saying for a progressive player, but the thing is with the 6200 I brought home I still saw the jaggies and couldn't see any difference between the Proscan and the 6200. With the 4700 the difference is SO obvious my wife even saw and commented on how great it looked - and belive me she couldn't care less about this stuff (although she is coming along and does appreciate it all). For me there is no need to search further. I'm not going to mess with trying the JVC or RP56 - this player looks awesome. It is literally what I was hoping my TV could look like when playing DVDs since I bought it. The 4700 has finally brought it out!