Short of buying a new set, what can I do to improve DVD picture quality? I recently purchased my Mitsu WS-48311 RP HDTV and I'm getting a bit disappointed with the picture quality. The picture seems excessively grainy on newer movies that probably shouldn't appear to be that way. I've also noticed that the color reproduction is a bit poor. Ideally, my couch would be about 6 inches further back, but that just isn't possible due to my back wall. I plan to have an ISF calibration done sometime this summer after the set has been well broken in. I am using Monster Cable component video cables, a Sony DVP NS700P DVD player and have my hardware plugged into a Monster Power HT 2600. What could improve the picture, if at all? Should I look into better cables? Would upgrading to either the Yamaha or Denon universal format players (which I plan to do this summer) improve the picture quality?