I'm looking to buy my first DVD player but before I do I have a few questions: What is 3:2 pulldown? What is an anamorphic DVD and what TV type are they ideal for? What are the pros/cons of a NUON chip? How can you tell what chip type is in the particular player you are interested in (seems like the Sage chip is getting rave reviews but I don't know what players it comes in)? Now for the next part, player reccomendations. I'll be using a 32" Toshiba TV (4:3 screen). I'd like a nice mid-grade unit, I cannot afford top-of-the-line electronics right now. Features I'm looking for: Progressive-scan (planning for future) At least 5 disk capability CD-R/CD-RW/MP3 capability Mulitple speed FWD/REV scanning Zoom/Multiple camera angle features Ability to change other discs while 1 is playing Ability to restart movie exactly where you left off (is this called bookmarking??) Smooth layer changes (as smooth as possible anyways) High CD playback quality (this will also be my primary CD player) $500 or less Some models I've found that I'd appreciate opinions about: Pioneer DV-C603 Toshiba SD-3755 JVC XV-F80BK Harmon Kardon DVD50 Philips DVD972CH Any help will be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!