Hi Guys, havn't posted on this part of the forums before, but just purchased the Tosh DLP and Denon 2910 DVD player. My question is this. I have the player connected to the screen via HDMI, but the player has two types of HDMI output - HDMI RGB and the other being something like HDMI cy b r or something like that. Which one should i have selected when watching DVD's. What is the difference between each one, which will produce the best picture. If i have HDMI RGB selected then i tend to get a darker picture and the blacks seem to have a green tint to them - where as HDMI cy b r or whatever its called seems to give it a nice bright picture. The instruction manual for the Denon is thicker than a bible, shame it doesn't actually tell you anything worth knowing! Also, i can't really notice a difference between selecting 720p or 1080i, is this scaling? or progressive scan? or is progressive scan just a different name for scaling? How do i know if the DVD player is scaling it or whether the built in scaler of the tv is scaling it? When i select 720 or 1080 the tv picture goes of for a second then flashes back on, so is this an indication that the DVD player is doing it rather than the tv?