Hi, Anyone know if there is a hidden option to alter the amount of delay introduced when the 'Progressive' option for audio delay is selected ? With NTSC sources it seems to be about right but with LAP (Hint: anagram) sources it could still do with a little more delay, as video lags the audio i.e the dreaded Lip sync issue. Is it logical that progressive LAP should introduce a different delay compared with NTSC ? I guess if the delay is related to frame duration then it would be about 10 mS. If hat is the reason why doesnt the DV88 just add in another 10mS for LAP sources ? I don't have my full system set up yet so I cannot check the results on anything other than a DV88 connected directly to a Sim HT200 projector. If I can't change it within the DV88 I might have to fork out for an Audio delay facility in an AMP like the Denon AVC 1SR, which I would rather avoid, obviously. Either that or I have to lump it, which isn't a particularly attractive option either after having spent a small fortune. When I eventually get to connect my DV88 to a PLASMA is the audio delay likely to be different again ? In other words will a plasma introduce a different delay to the HT200 projector on progressive sources ? Thanks for any info.