First off, a lot of the feedback here seems overly negative to me. In my humble opinion DVD Etc. is nothing short of the best publication available in the category loosely defined as A/V enthusiast. The mag is very well written with a humorous, refreshingly honest, straight forward and no BS tone. Even more importantly the reviews cover the full range of equipment price ranges rather than wasting space with flowery, totally subjective reviews of esoteric high-end gear that are all too common in A/V publications. Combine this with the best art direction of any A/V magazine (why are all the rest so cheesy looking?) and DVD Etc. is one of only two magazines I've continued to buy after a month or two of buying all of the A/V publications I could find as I finally had the opportunity to build my first home theater and serious music listening space. So for those of you checking out this section of the HTF to see what people think of DVD Etc. ignore the whining about trivial stuff that is way too prevalent on all web forums and check out a copy for yourself. So, finally I'll get to the specific reason I wanted to post a message here which is to thank the Editorial staff of DVD Etc. for writing a great article on the Chroma Bug in Issue 4. After reading about this problem here and bringing it up with the sales rep at my local store I finally have something concrete to share with others so they understand more about what is driving my buying decisions. Sales reps in retail stores, even higher end A/V retailers, should not be expected to know it all and an informed consumer helps the sales rep meet their needs rather than trying to impress them with how much more they know than a "professional". The "Do You Have the Chroma Bug?" article clearly defines what the problem is, what causes it and what it looks like in a way that is very valuable to someone looking to purchase a DVD player. It is just one example of the excellent editorial content of DVD Etc. Thanks, Tom P.S. I'd love to see a review of the Denon 3803.