What an awesome unit! Such theater-like image. This is my first widescreen set, and using progressive scan the DVD's are so remarkable-looking. It will be fun re-watching my entire collection on this and seeing them all in a whole different light - literally. But a few questions: Currently I am using a Super-VHS connection. Obviously I will eventually switch to component or DVI, but I have to make a thirty-foot run due to the way my home theater is configured, so it will be a while. I do notice a certain dullness or pastiness (such as I see in many of today's theatrical prints) on some DVD's that used to look pretty vibrant on my 32" tube. Will using component/DVI make a really noticable difference in terms of color rendition? Or can I save myself a few hundred dollars for new DVD player/30-foot DVI cable and stick with S-VHS? Also... I find the horizontal viewing range to be fairly wide (I can sit 50 degrees or more off to the sides and not lose much brightness), but the vertical is extremely narrow. If I either sit up very straight or slouch down a bit, I lose a fair amount of luminance. Is there any way of adjusting the set so that the vertical viewing angle is increased? (I do realize that the further back one sits from the set, the less noticable this will be). I imagine this is an issue typical of rear-projection sets. Thanks in advance for any help.