Ok. I have a problem. I bought a Samsung P421 DVD player and hooked it up to my HDTV (Panasonic 47WX49) via Component connections. The problem is that when I watch any DVD, using Interlaced 480i mode gives a better picture than when I switch the DVD to Progressive 480p. This doesn't makes sense to me. I was expecting the opposite to be true and the manual states it should be. When using progressive mode there is a noticeable amount of "distortion" in the color of objects. I'm not sure that explains it properly, but I don't know the terminology well. The effect on my TV when I'm using 480p is very similar to the effect I used to get on my old computer when trying to play a game that required a higher end graphics card. Another way to describe it is that the color in an object does not "blend" well and you can see obvious shades and pixels of color in the object. It only happens when using 480p, not 480i. Does anyone know what I'm talking about??