Another LCD projector question... I finally received my component RCA->HD15 cable today, so I decided to check out a DVD on my XGA projector. I use a playstation2 as my DVD player, not videophile quality perhaps, but on my TV the picture looks plenty good to me. I was horrified at the result... I get major screendoor effects (moire patterns on striped shirts), pixelization, and this vertical bar pattern that looks like the color is changing a bit every ~40 pixels. After freaking out, thinking I might need a $500 depixelization filter or something, I thought the the problem might be with the projector's internal scaler, so I grabbed my laptop, played a DVD through WinDVD at 1024x768 res, and sure enough I got a beautiful 100" picture. So question is, what are my options now? My budget is already stretched from the new projector, new surround speakers, and an upcoming move... I'd just settle for using my laptop, but then I can't get the digital audio out. What's my cheapest option for getting watchable quality here? Would a progressive scan DVD help? Do I need an external scaler? Would a scaler be friendlier to an svideo or composite (ick) signal? Or should I try to build a cheap HTPC? Should I return the component cable and not play ps2 games using the projector (that would be unfortunate...)? Thanks for the help... I don't see too many posts on here like mine, so please let me know if this isn't the most appropriate place to ask these questions.