I've been playing around with a RP91 for a few days and I really, really like it. There are some annoying things that I'm not thrilled about. But I must note that some of these things may be features available with the remote. The open boxed player I'm using came with a standard panasonic dvd remote. I also don't have a manual. I'm really thinking about getting another player (new) and was curious what people dislike. I've read Don and Stacey's review in the shootout. And you know what... the Genesis chip does a pretty great job from what I've seen. My biggest gripes about progressive players is red flicker (an instant return on this problem) I'm not in a big rush, and I'm usure if the new rp82 might be as good or better a player. I thought if I could see some constructive critisim of the rp91 I might be able to make a good decision. Things I dislike: - No switch from progressive to interlaced except on the player. - The user interface, although it's not bad it's not great. I don't like the menus, there are some great features inside the menus, it's just a pain to get to what you want to change. - No zoom except the hard wired zoom for letterboxed material. Seems like the hardware supports it. - No way to select 4:3 display features (ie, disp u4 menu zoom, auto, shrink) without going through the menus. - The thing that I'll call switch to video mode (not sure if that's what it really is) when menus appear and there is a slight freeze of the image where the image gets blury before being corrected. (Genesis problem?) - DVD-A no bass management (well, I didn't see any) But still sounded pretty great Pleasantly Surprised by: - ToyStory no red flicker on the tinkertoy lid! - 4:3 Auto zoom works very well! - Power off and then play will restart where the player was (great feature tosh had for years) So is the Genesis chip that big of a deal? The rp56 Sage-Faroudja setup wasn't as impressive to me. Maybe I'm wrong. The toystory scene where where woody is launched onto the couch arm an the camera rotates looked better on the rp-56 and the tosh 4700, but not much.