I have a 51" Philips projection HDTV monitor, Model 51PP9303H. I actually won it as a door prize, so I guess I can't complain about the price. However, it has a problem with some kind of signal overload that only happens with when watching DVD's in progressive mode. I have my DVD player hooked up with the component video inputs. The only progressive scan inputs the TV has are the one set of component inputs and a DVI input. Whenever there is a rapid, bright flash on the picture (such as a bright explosion or some kind of strobing light), the TV signal cuts out and briefly goes to a blank screen (as if there was no signal) and then the screen rolls as the TV reacquires the signal. I have several questions: 1. Is there a name for this problem? 2. Is this a design problem with the model or is there something wrong with my TV? 3. Is there anything that can be done to fix it, either on the TV or by some external product? 4. I saw a signal filter at Radio Shack that the description on the package purported to solve a problem that sounded like what I'm experiencing, but it only had a coaxial input and output. My problem is only on the component video inputs. Do they make a signal filter for the component inputs, would it solve my problem, and if so, would it degrade the picture or cause any other negative side-effects? Any help would be greatly appreciated.