Hi everyone, I've got a Panny 900 projector now for about 8 months and while I adore this thing for the most part, I do get some slight VB in large brightly colored blocks (light green or blue, mostly) or whenever clouds and smoke are on screen. And it does irritate me. Now, even though I've accepted I will be stuck with this affliction until, well, until I get another PJ eventually (some years from now), I still thought I'd ask if anyone knew of ways to lessen VB, or make it disappear. I recently upgraded to a dvd-player with hdmi, and I was hoping it would help my problem. Well, it doesn't really. I tried to switch between all the different hdmi-settings, but it doesn't amount to anything (apart from the fact that upconverting to 1080i causes slight "hickups" in the image). I tried adjusting the panels in the service menu, but no cigar (not much, at least). I think I've tried most options available to me. Should I try adjusting the flicker levels? (but as far as I can tell, it only results in a less stable image)Maybe other cables? And, will HD-DVD or Blue-Ray eventually garner better results, perhaps? I'm all out of ideas. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to improve my "condition"? Thanks. Bart. p.s. I guess it's no biggie and in some movies you won't even notice it's there, but whenever I do see it my eyes inevitably get drawn to it, annoying me and taking me out of the film. I'm trying not to notice it, but it doesn't work. Once you know it's there (and in which instances) you'll look for it, and see it immediately when there is any sign of it.