I just recently received a brand new Panasonic 47wx53, but the issue I'm having I believe is more my lack of a progressive scan DVD player, but I want to be sure since the actual results aren't quite what I expected. I'm presently using my Xbox as my DVD player, only because my other old interlaced player only has s-video out and the Xbox w/HD pack has component out. Plus I've read the xbox as a dvd player is at least on par with super cheap DVD players (which my other player, Mintek 1600, is). I fully intend to buy a pro-scan DVD player its just a matter of when and for how much. What I'm experiencing is that some DVDs (Rockstar, Princess Bride, The Matrix) look fantastic, and some (Labyrinth [superbit], Panic Room [superbit]) look excessively grainy. I find it odd that the superbits specifically seem to be the ones that did this, though I don't know that its a super-bit specific issue. In my reading about deinterlacing artifacts I haven't quite figured out why a below average deinterlacer (I'm using my TV's obviously, it has 3:2 pulldown but that's about it) would specifically make a DVD look grainy. I've also noticed video-sourced material (some concert DVDs) looks really jaggy and I guessed that was because its not 3:2 so the TV possibly just used the line doubler instead of the deinterlacer? Anyway, any help as to whether my suspicions are correct would be appreciated. I'm torn between getting a compromise "Good" DVD player, and a Denon 1600 or 1200. The latter seems the best way to go for DVD quality, but will take me longer to get the cash for.