Is anyone using a video scaler with an ALis, sending a 1024x1024 signal to the screen? Does it make a big difference? Has anyone tried an output of 1024x512? I was wondering if this could defeat the interlacing and create a progressive picture? I have read contrasting info about ALis (both of these are taken from Fujitsu info): This interlaced system provides optimal display performance for a variety of applications, providing not only high-resolution interlaced display but also progressive display at conventional resolution levels. Rather than relying on two dedicated bus electrodes per visible line, a single electrode is used for the visible line above and below. In this configuration, the PDP cannot be driven in a progressive mode but instead has to use the interlaced mode well-known for broadcast TV systems. Im guessing that no matter what the resolution, ALis cannot display a progressive signal? Which goes back to whether a 1024x1024 scaler worth it? I have a Philips ALis (37PF9965). The product info says the VGA input accepts all sorts of VESA inputs, but what about 1024x1024? (this is the same product info that says its got progressive scan!). Anybody know if the Philips will accept a non VESA signal via the VGA input?