As a few know from another thread I got a Toshiba 57HX84 a few weeks ago and when it receives a 720p signal I get a nice horizontal "ghost line" right accross the middle of the screen. Well I finally got the ok to exchange it but I cannot seem to settle on a replacement. I was so disappointed with the tech test another HX84 model and it did the same thing. and there was no "fix". I love the look of it. Aesthetically it is among the nicest available in Canada. I had LOVED my Elite pro 710 and the Tosh was not as nice but heck the Tosh did not cost me the 10 Gs the Elite did years ago. Picture is nice too. almost thought I felt a red push but not really. contrast a little hard to get just right but other than that I LOVE the picture. I go look at other CRT RPTVs and the contenders in the PQ category are the Hitachi and Sony. I am sure I would be happy with either one but I cannot get over the silver. I have been considering fixed pixel RPTVs like Sony 42" LCD and Samsung DLP in the about the same price range but everytime I try to give it a chance all I see is pixels!!! I don't think I can do it. Now I can't bring myself to keep a TV that is defective however the problem is only in 720p. At first I thought that was bad enough to justify the change when I realized what if I can scale everything to 1080i for the TV? The problem is obviously the internal scaler because DVDs look great and if I have the cable box scale the 720p channels to 1080i the line is gone. Now if I get an X-Box or anything else that does 720 it might not have it's own scaler or a good one. WHat if I got an external scaler to scale everything I input to the set to 1080i? Is a good scaler very cost prohibitive? Can I get one in the $500 range? or $1000? How much are we talking about? Is it worth it?