Hi guys, thought I would try to draw on the collected wisdom here I was looking at a Pioneer 433MXE the other day and (to me!) the most obvious visual defects were - 1. I kept seeing these horizontal lines across the panel that seemed to be dividing the picture between two different frames of video, one on the top and different (earlier?) frame on the bottom. It looks exactly like tearing on my PC monitor when playing Quake with the Frame Refresh/Vertical Sync option disabled. Is there anyway of avioding this? Do Pioneer have a double buffering option? 2. Ridiculously high black level, the screen is visibly light grey in a darkened but lit room can anything be done about this? Is there some service menu adjust to drop the black level back to invisible levels like my Sony CRT TV? Does the Panasonic 42HD5 have lower black levels? 3. All the pixel dithering is visually unpleasant and make things look crap, I saw that a Lumagen Vision scalar reduced it but didn't remove it completely, so does a HCPC via DVI avoid it completely or make it more visible? Otherwise I found the MXE to be very quiet no loud buzzing it beats the Panasonics and Toshibas for quietness, the picture has very even brightness and is pretty bright plus red is red enough, more so than the Orange-y Red days of old, er like 3 years ago! If I can get solutions to other problems Pioneer will be getting my cash!