Ok, so I've been using a modest Panasonic DVD-S75 through component to my Infocus Screenplay 4805 and have been very pleased with the resulting image. Sharp, great colours, excellent contrast and rock solid image. But I've been reading so much about how a DVI connection is the ultimate method of image connection that I had to get a Denon DVD-1910. Connected it up and selected first a 1080i output so as to take advantage of the slightly superior Faroudja in the 4805 compared to the lower spec Faroudja in the 1910. Result? Crap! The image 'shimmered' constantly and looked much worse than through the Panasonic. Next I tried 480p output. Result? Nearly as crap! The image was 'masked' on the sides by a kind of 'blurred frame'. Almost as if someone had placed their hands at the sides of the lens. Then tried 720p and I finally had an image which looked closest to my Panny but it still didn't have quite the impact. Colours where much more subtle, almost pastel in appearence. I went into my 4805's menu to boost the colours but that option was not there through DVI!!? Weird. Detail? No better than the Panasonic. I was expecting this massive jump in image detail which just wasn't there. So, I was not impressed at all with the Denon and have since sold it. I think the lessons learnt are: 1) My Panasonic is a superb budget DVD player 2) The Denon is wasted on a display that doesn't have a HD resolution of at least 720p 3) Component is not as far away from DVI as some would have you believe. One plus point on the Denon, I never saw any Macroblocking that people have mentioned !