Here we go, I recently bought a Toshiba 57hx83 rptv. Very happy with it, once I set up with video essentials and bought my first set of component cables to run off of my pioneer v434 dv player. I ha a few questions and came here to get them answered. I found out that my pioneer v434 was not what some people were calling true progressive... So I ran out an bought a cambridge audio dvd300/s player. And now I have seen nothing but problems... major issues with red saturation and the black lines running through red images. The overall picture is better not by much mind you. So after setting everything properly, calibrating, not ISF, I must wonder is a small jump in detail worth the problems of having anything red go by drive me nuts? I know this is most likely a personal preference issue, but am I missing something? Spending $1000 or more on a high end player, is there rally that much of a visual difference. Since my TV has a film mode, it is pretty much doing what a progressive scan dvd would (I know it's not the same quality usually as a DVD chipset). Anyways I just wanted to start a conversation find out what others were thinking.