I've had a HS10 for about 6 months now and in general think it's the business. It was the one way of getting a big telly past SWMBO, so it lives in a cupboard and we use a small telly for newsnight, but for the big games and films it comes out, sits on a coffee table and projects onto a cream wall. Even in this non-ideal setting (sending the TV and DVD over S-VHS) I'm still astounded by the picture quality. With one caveat - when there's loads of motion the picture goes a bit blurred. when the picture is stationery it's crystal clear, and even when things move fast (e.g. on the footy the camera is still but a ball travels from left to right) that seems fine - the ball doesn't smear or become egg shaped. However if the camera pans and therefore everything is moving the picture is noticeably blurred until it all slows down. Has anyone any ideas? My thoughts are: - the TV picture itself is like this. I'm using a JVC s-vhs video to decode analogue telly with a decent aerial and cable. Connected to the HS10 with the free 30' long cable that came with it. Maybe it's just a function of being able to see the picture so much better than with a small CRT telly that you can see this happening. In which case there's nothing I can do. - the S-VHS connection can't handle the amount of data being sent, maybe with so much changing at once the S-VHS standard hasn't sufficient bandwidth. - the Sony cable is crummy and I should get something better - The HS10 scaling etc can't work fast enough. At the moment I'm using a bit of side shot and also keystone, but even if I get rid of this and end up with a parallelogram it doesn't seem any better. The grand plan is to get the projector in a better place so no sideshot or keystone. And also to get a HCPC, maybe with freeview card. Will any of this solve my problem?