Hi guys, I'm trying to figure out the best possible setting for my connection chain. I have an OPPO BDP-103 (not Darbee, but the QDEO edition) connected through a Yamaha Aventage RX-A3050 to a Panasonic PT-AE8000. I know that HDMI 1 out on the Oppo is the QDEO output, and that HDMI 2 is not QDEO (and which is useful for sending DSD from SACDs since the QDEO does not support DSD pass through). So I've got both outputs connected to my Aventage. Both outputs, for all intents and purposes, work fine. However, when I fiddle with the HDMI Options on the Oppo, here's what I found out: Setting 1: Oppo HDMI 1 (QDEO) settings: Color Space: AUTO or RGB Video Level or RGB PC Level or YCbCr 4:4:4 or YCbCr 4:2:2 Deep Color: 30 Bits Result: Works fine Setting 2: Oppo HDMI 1 (QDEO) settings: Color Space: AUTO or RGB Video Level or RGB PC Level or YCbCR 4:4:4 Deep Color: 36 Bits Result: No signal Setting 3: Oppo HDMI 1 (QDEO) settings: Color Space: YCbCR 4:2:2 Deep Color: 36 Bits Result: Works fine So basically, with the QDEO output if I set it to 30 Bits, I can use any color space and it'll work fine. If I set it to 36 Bits, I can use only YCbCR 4:2:2. On the other hand, with the non-QDEO HDMI 2 output, I can basically set 30 bits or 36 bits against ANY color space and it'll work fine, including 36 BIT YCbCR 4:4:4. My question is, which setting and output should I be using to squeeze every maximum image and color performance from my setup? Will 36 Bits YCbCR 4:2:2 from the QDEO output be preferable to the 30 Bits YCbCR 4:4:4 from the non-QDEO output? Or is 30 Bits and YCbCR 4:4:4 on the QDEO the best? Any insight into this is appreciated. I've look at Panny's specs, but they don't really mention what native color space the projector uses. All they mention is x.v Color Space which seems to not be supported by the Oppo to begin with.