Hi, I don't know if this belongs in Software, Hardware or Polls, but I wanted to post this here because of the exposure it would get--and I don't think of this as "just another poll." Here's the situation: My dealer is letting me take home an Panny RP91 to go with my new Panny 47" 16x9 HD-ready TV. I want to compare the progressive output of the RP91 to my current Sony 560D interlaced player. The TV itself supposedly does the inverse 3:2 pulldown on film sources but it's commonly said that you'd rather have the player do it than the TV. So can anyone recommend scenes from the following 10 DVDs that would showcase progressive vs. interlaced player differences? I settled on these 10 by looking at my friend's collection and borrowing discs that I already own so that I could sync them up and do a true A/B rather than stopping the disc mid-test and switching players. I tried to mix in special effects movies with some non-SE laden movies. Armageddon Criterion - this will also compare the scaling abillity of non-anamorphic titles by the RP91 vs. the TV. Austin Powers Charlie's Angels Elizabeth Gattaca Jurassic Park - DD version Mission Impossible 2 Return to Me Star Trek: First Contact Toy Story 2 - From the 3 DVD box set I've made sure to get the EXACT same transfers (i.e. Toy Story from the Box set, Criterion version of Armageddon) so we can discount any differences as being from the transfer. What I'm asking from you all is to say something like "in Austin Powers, watch for Austin's blue & white spotted shirt in the groovy jumbo jet scene" and maybe tell me what to look for. I don't mind spending money on the RP91, but I want to be sure there is something I'm gaining from it. Thanks in advance for all of your help!