I'm looking to find the right DVD player to go with my eventual PTAE100 purchase. I currently have a pioneer DV505, which is only S-video output. I'd like component as a minimum. Bearing in mind the problems some people have had with PAL progressive, and the fact that PAL generally looks nice anyway, would I be OK going for a 'normal' NTSC progressive player (region modded of course)? I get the feeling that NTSC discs would benefit most from anything that would fill in those scanlines (although the panasonic will have a go). Will one of these machines output interlaced PAL via the same component outputs? I've read a couple of times that some equipment has two sets of component cables, one for progressive, one for interlaced. Or is there a genuine PAL progressive alternative yet? with no tearing or chroma or sync problems etc. Lastly, which machine is a good one to go for? Relatively cheap Thanks.