I've looked at a number of TVs at various retailers with a critical eye lately. I've noticed that all the TVs (almost) without exception show some amount of pixelation or distortion when displaying DVDs where the screen is 50" or greater, some more than others and generally proportionate to the set's relative quality. What's got me baffled is this one display at Best Buy has a Sony Wega 60" LCD projector showing one of the newly remastered Star Wars movies playing from a moderately priced Pioneer DVD player (DVa 563 or its newer replacement)using component video (I don't think that player has DVI or HDMI). It shows the movie almost perfectly, it's as if it's a high res DVD. My question is; how can this one display show the movie so perfectly? Is the Wega that good? If so, is it really good scalers being used in the TV? Or is it possible that every other display I'm looking at in the stores are setup wrong? Does anybody here know what I'm talking about when I cite the pixelation you see in larger displays showing DVDs, presumably the DVD player is setup to show 480P, the TV is probably upscale this to its native resoution. Invariably they're not "perfect". If that Sony Wega is just that good, why does anybody need HD DVD?