I have had a Toshiba 4700 for a while now for my Toshiba 50H81 16x9 TV and the Denon 3802. One thing I am consistently noticing is audio dropouts. I use a Monster fiber optic cable to connect to the receiver and I've noticed a fair amount of dropouts in different titles. I was watching Not Another Teen Movie last night for example and I noticed 3 dropouts. One might be attributed to the layer change if there is one but the rest are inexplicable. I think someone mentioned before that using a digitial coax might fix this problem, but I wondered if this was still the case? Sometimes with horizontal or vertical movement of the image the picture stutters. For example, I was watching Spy Kids and as the parents move from left to right across the screen as they are parachuting landing on the boat at their wedding the image is not smooth. It's like frames are being pulled out of the image so it appears stuttered. I noticed it in the interlaced mode and the progressive mode. I didn't seem to have this problem with my Sony interlaced models in the past. Anyone have any hints, solutions, etc? This is the second 4700 I've had. Both exhibited the audio problems. I can't recall if the other player did the image stuttering but it most likely did.