I just got my HDTV, and I'm trying to set up my XBox up with it. My TV has one component input, and it can be used as a non-progressive input or a progressive input, you just have to change one setting on the TV to switch between the two. With progressive off, I turned on the XBox and went to the X-Dash. Everything looked fine. I changed the option to 480p turned to YES. Then I changed my TV to progressive mode, and the screen got wicked distorted and seemed like it was split in half. I turned the TV back to non-progressive, and the XBox dash worked fine. Then I loaded a game, and the screen got distorted without me doing anything (the XBox was still set to progressive). I changed the TV back to progressive, and the game looked great. So, I can conclude that games are progressive or not progressive based on the setting in the X-Dash, and the X-Dash is never progressive. Can anyone confirm this? The TV is a Dynaflat 27" Samsung HDTV Monitor. Is there anyway to make it automatically tell whether the signal is progressive or not so it won't have those messed up screens? Do all HDTVs need to be manually switched, or do other more expensive ones automatically detect whether it is progressive or not?