Hmm.. I don't know.. I just bought a DVD-3800 and Mitsubishi WS-65411 2003 Gold Plus RPTV. I just was suprised that my DVD's didn't look amazingly good. I think I have been expecting it to be like 1080i. Even with the DVD-3800 superior progressive scan processing, it is not what I expected.. DVD's are just fuzzy or what I mean is they have a graininess to background images and sometimes section with low bitrate really stand out. Maybe I am expecting too much. Don't get me wrong.. they still look great, but just not as good as I would think. I also see this sort of ghosting of letters displayed on the screen only with certain DVD. I thought something was wrong with my TV or my DVD player or the Monster Video 3 component video cable I am using, but I tried all different types of cables... none of them looked as good. I tried turning off progressive scan, looked not nearly as good. I tried the DVD player on different TVs, and I basically saw the same thing I was noticing on my Mitsubishi, except the Mitsubishi really blew it up. I hooked up a different DVD player by Sony to the Mitsu.. and I saw the same background graininess and "noise" around edges.. and it was not nearly as good as using my Denon with proscan. I tried the Sony DVD player with different cables, same thing.. I tried the Sony DVD on a Sony Wega, basically I see the same things when I look up close.. So I have concluded that my TV is just really detailed and any digital noise around the edges or moderate pixelation will be more noticeable. I guess when I used to watch my DVD players on an interlaced TV, I never cared to notice. It all seems to be this way because of DVD source material. It just seems that DVD source material is just not as cool as it used to be. What should I do?... Is the Mitsubishi not doing a very good job of minimizing this or what?? I have AVIA disc coming today, because calibrating the TV settings seemed to be the only thing that minimized it. Can anyone verify this.. or tell me that that this is generally what happens??