All, I have a question about my XBR400WEGA (36in) and the Mits 6030 DVD player I picked up for my bedroom. I purchased a Mits 6030 progressive scan DVD player. Which is connected via component connections (input 5 on the back of the Sony). I set the Mits for 16:9 display, progressive output and Mits progressive film conversion (this does the 3:2 pulldown). The Mits is set for progressive output as well (switch on the back of the player). The thing I’ve seen is that the 16:9 enhanced mode defaults to “OFF” now when I play a DVD. In some cases the picture is displayed in full 4:3, even on DVD’s that are “enhanced for 16:9 displays”. So, I go in and manually set 16:9 to "ON" on the XBR. My question is, by setting the 16:9 enhance mode to “ON” am I now using Sony’s line doubler and not the Mits 3:2 progressive chipset? Or should I continue to set the 16:9 enhance mode to “ON”, thinking that I getting the best of both worlds, Mits progressive scan signal and Sony's unsqeezing of the DVD, giving me a full anamorphic picture (16:9 enhanced pictures). Enlighten me guys please. -MarshawnM The "M" stands for "More HD content please"