Hi Guys & Girls, I am still in the process of finding the best software setup for my HTPC and I have been watching DVDs with and without ReClock. Beyond the obvious improvement in motion I have noticed that the actual picture quality of the image with ReClock appears better to my eyes which I was initially surprised by. Am I being silly or does anyone else see any PQ improvements with ReClock? Will using ReClock actually provide a more stable clock for the codec to work with and hence improve the picture by reducing the video equivalent of audio jitter? My setup includes Windows MCE 2005, nVidia codec, ReClock, Powerstrip, nVidia 6600GT graphics going 1280x768 @ 50.000Hz via DVI into Pioneer 50MXE1 plasma watching PAL DVDs. I am getting perfectly smooth motion and pans, no noise or "mpeg artifacts", wonderful detail but I wish I could improve my black level as things fade into grey rather than pitch black. I guess that's a compromise I will have to live with.