I know a lot of DTVs and DVDs players are multi-system. So what's the deal nowadays with DTV frame rates. I presume an "NTSC" DTV will using display frame rates which are multiples of ether 59.94Hz or 60Hz, while "PAL" DTVs will be using multiples of 50Hz. But what about: NTSC DVD -> PAL DTV PAL DVD -> NTSC DTV Assuming that the DVD player is not doing an output frame-rate conversion, I presume that the display frame rate is always a multiple of 59.94/60Hz for a NTSC DTV and a multiple of 50Hz for a "PAL" DTV. So the Display rate itself is not changed, regardless of the source frame rate, and the DTV does an internal frame-rate conversion before displaying. Otherwise there might be banding/strobing issues playing back 60Hz material under 50Hz lighting. Is this correct? Dan.