Kramer ain't in da house tonight............... he was in mine instead !!! Despite his many posts affirming his new love for his HS10, the wistful look in his eyes (Ithink I even saw a tear or two trickle down his boyish cheek) when he saw my AE100 said it all. "Awww.... there it is", he said, produced Fifth Element Superbit from his jacket and settled down with a cold one. I am convinced that he is now going to rid himself of the new Dimplex lookalike and return to the fold of AE100 owners, from whence he came. (Huh !!) The benefit of his presence for me was great - no awful news from The Great One, he of the Supercooled Rocket Launcher PC and The Greatest Projector in the Galaxy !!! I was blown away by the difference that Superbit makes to 5th Element - I had not seen Superbit before and am now convinced that all DVDs should be made this way. Colour quality, detail retrieval, sharpness everything was seriously brill - even noticeable reduction in screendoor - Sdoor doesn't bother me but the difference was amazing. It's a pity that the choice is so limited (and that some of the subjects don't appeal to me - personal taste.) Avia was present but didn't get a look in - we were swapping views between regular 5th Element on DVD -Svideo - ProV, and the Sbit version on laptop. Clear now that I've got a cabling issue with Svideo, or that my ProV is not a happy bunny - serious vertical banding which is not present through laptop. Further investigation needed - new Svideo lead and cable management for a start !! Kramer, You've got PM. Sean G.