I own Sony's KP61HS10 61" HD ready TV and Sony's new SAT-HD100 HD decoder/DirecTv satelite receiver box. What I notice is that Sony's DRC (digital reality creation) does not do a very good job in upcoverting the 480i incoming satelite signal into 960i. The picture is not sharp like I expected and has a lot of pixelization. I have heard that satelite is better than cable (I actually had digital cable with 420 lines of resolution). But, in my case, the picture is worse! I Don't know why. I thought the HD decoder/satelite box was the problem as it is a new product (usually new products have bugs to be worked out) but I hooked up a SAT-B55 (Sony's DirectTV satelite box - very common) to my TV, the result was the same. I have read a review at another site referring to a product review from etown.com regarding this 61" TV that this DRC feature is not very good and creates a lots of pixelization. This might be the problem, which means that I bought a crappy TV. But so many people say that this is a great TV and has received great reviews. I am confused. If any one can tell me what the problem is or if there is a way to turn off the DRC I greatly appreciated. I am even considering selling it and buying Mitsubishi's 65" Diamond Series or Pioneer Elite Pro-710. Please advise.