Hi all,first time here so wanna go straight in at the deep end After a new house purchase i decided to upgrade my old home cinema setup a little. Currently i now have a (non decorated yet!) dedicated room of around 18ish feet by 9 or10 feet with a Toshiba TDP-MT100 and a widescreen screen of around 92"x52". Now the picture to me looks very very nice and fills that screen a treat,it also sounds nice in that room with a Yammy amp+some KEF bits and bobs...but,would i see an improvement on that DLP projector with a de-interlacer?It's not close up images by the way that are the problem,it's distant images where you can start to see the tiny dots/mirrors of the DLP Toshiba.That said,i am pretty fussy so most of my friends think it's just superb to view,i just wonder if its possible to get it slightly better lol. I have to admit i am no expert when it comes to de-interlacers/scalers or whatever they are called,so i a nut shell...if i could get nearer to a 'DVD on a plasma' type quality for that projector,i would like to give it a go. I know there is no point spending thousands as i may of well as just got a better projector,but are these 500ish quid de-interlacers worth the money and will i begin to see nearer CRT quality? No matter how tempted i am,i just can't justify 10k or something on what i would REALLY like lol (she also agrees wholeheartedly) Tia.