I have started noticing more and more recently, what appears to be posterization(solarization, false contouring, colour banding etc.) artifacts on some films. Having read internet reviews of the discs which fail to highlight these artifacts, I am starting to worry that the fault is being introduced by my equipment. Would people be kind enough to check out the scenes below to see if they experience the same problems 1. HellBoy (R1) a) The HellBoy logo on the opening credits has severe banding in the swirling reds(this may however be artistically intentional). b) When the opening snow scene fades in from the credits, I see a series of obvious contours rising from the bottom left corner. c) When HellBoy drops the light sticks into the water, there are obvious colour contours around the sticks as they sink down. This is at 55 minutes into the film. 2. Finding Nemo (R1 and R2) a) Many of the underwater scenes have rippling contours in them 3. Return of the Jedi (R2) a) When Han is released from the Carbonite there are very very slight contours in the blue light that is emitted from the casing. 4. Shaun of the Dead (R2) a) When the Studio Canal logo fades out just before film starts, I see colour contours. 5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (R2) a) At various points in the film I noticed contouring particularly as scenes faded in and out from one another These are the most recent ones that spring to mind. I am running a Sony DVP930 into a Loewe Mimo via a Supra component cable. It has all been properly calibrated with setup discs. The odd thing is the some of the issues are just slightly less obvious when I use a Thor Scart with RGB. This is mainly in scenes with blue such as the opening of HellBoy and the light beams in ROTJ. Many thanks for any help.