Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 56" Samsung DLP display and have been struggling to find a competent DVD player. Everything eventually shows some weakness on this thing. At first I thought it was the television but HDTV (hooked up via crappy cable company component cables) looks amazing so that can't be it. The Samsung HD-931 (hooked up through DVI input) was free of the motion artifacts other players showed but was grainy all the time and un-detailed in dark scenes (I hear this is common). The colors were rich and fairly accurate however in bright outdoor/daylight scenes. Long story short I can't keep it or the progressive Sony (bloomy red chroma issue and other PQ problems) from Tweeter cause both look bad in their own way. I am aware of the other DVI capable machines but would really prefer a "known" maker. I am looking at Denons (1200, 2200) and Pioneer Elites (DV-45a, DV-47ai) currently but really would prefer a DVI machine as I think the benefits will be realized in a better player. Can anyone either: 1. Tell me about a player coming down the line from a quality maker with DVI output that does not cost $1500 or.. 2. Tell me what you are using on your own DLP Tv, or have seen look good on a DLP Tv in terms of players. One last question, how far back do you sit from a 56". I have seen competing opinions but one was a THX distance of 7 feet! That is really close I think. The DVD players and even the digital cable looks a lot better from about 11 to 12 feet. HDTV is fine at 7. They say closer involves you in the action on the screen better. Thanks for reading and for replying!