I understand that there are two sony wega models that possess the 'drc'. The 32hs500 and 32hv600. I also understand that the drc is another name, basically, for line doubling. I read a review on the '500', i believe, where the reviewer didn't like the drc because it made his set look pixated when compared to his slightly older regular wega. Incidentally, I have a new 300 series wega, and find the picture stunning, considering its limitations. My first question is whether any folks out there have had the same experience with the drc, in that it 'ruined' the picture by over processing (or whatever) the signal and making subjectively worse at times. Second question, the hv600 series comes with an adjustable drc. It's called 'Multifunction V1'. It allows you to adjust the amount of drc. I suppose just the fact it comes with a more expensive wega tells you that it's an option best to have. So....is the adjustable drc, indeed, potentially critical for keeping some signals (standard cable reception,etc)from being over-processed? And, does this model allow you to turn the drc completely off? All info appreciated.