I am new to the forum. Hello everyone. One to my question: Is there any advantage to running a progressive-scan player to a non-digital television? I ask because I have a both a TV(Sony Wega FV-32FS13), and a Prog-scan DVD player(Toshiba SD5700) on the way, which I will be connecting with a bettercables silver serpent component cable(is there any other brand of cable that offers comparable performance without spending 10x the money?). The TV is cabable of 16:9 Enhanced Mode(V-Compression), and the DVD player of prog-scan output and 3:2 pulldown. I wonder if the capabilities of the player will be "wasted" on an analog TV. If so, I might consider returning it(Maybe Not. I paid 217 for the DVD and 629.00 for the tv). Does anyone know if the Toshiba I mentioned put out a quality interlaced(since I wont be able to use progressive, right?) signal? Should I have even bought a progressive scan player for this type of television? Any info. is greatly appreciated. Im not exactly a "newbie", but some of the more advanced features confuse me, even after looking at many glossaries and help guides. Thanks in advance! P.S. Sorry for all the parentheses!