Hi folks, I figured I'd get around to buying an RP91 DVD player after I buy my plasma screen. But in light of the fact that the Panasonic RP91 has apparently been discontinued, it looks like I might have to jump on one quickly even before I can buy my Plasma. My question is this: For the forseeable future I will be using my current TV, a several year old 27" Panasonic Tau. It has an excellent picture, but no composite picture inputs. (Stay with me, I'm just learning this stuff). Currently I'm using the fairly cheap (and somewhat infamously unreliable) Sony DVP-S360 DVD player. It's my first and only experience with a DVD player. I think the S360 picture is excellent, but then I've never compared any DVD players on my TV. So, my question: using my current Panasonic Tau TV set, am I likely to discern any picture quality difference between the the Panny RP91 vs the Sony S360? Anything at all? (As I understand it, my current set won't be able to take advantage of the RP91 progressive scan output. But I'm hoping that isn't the only factor, and that I'd see *some* improvement, even if minor, after inserting the RP91 into my system.) My Panasonic set has S-Video imput (which I currently use for the S360 input), RCA connectors for audio - one for video - and of course a BNC connector. Any info would be appreciated. Rich H.