Just thought I'd share this, and get some comments hopefully. since installing my Cinemateq and hooking it up to SDI DVD and Sky+, I've been watching via the DVI out to my Pio 43MXE1. All digital and therefore best - certainly the manual suggests this. PQ is excellent. I had to adjust the signal to the Pio - the scaler's XGA output did not fit the screen exactly. But being an inveterate fiddler, I wanted to try some of the other resolutions the scaler can output such as doubling, quadrupling, 720p and 1080i. Trouble is the Pio DVI won't take these because it only wants PC not video signals. So I connected scaler to plasma via component and had a play around. Input was still SDI, and on Sky+ PQ was good over analogue but no better than DVI, maybe slightly worse. From the DVD however (Denon 2900) the PQ was stunning and probably better than DVI. 720p seemed to give best results but all the resolutions were fantastic. I have heard that digital isn't always better than analogue. This might all be my imagination but any comments would be useful, maybe from those who know the foibles of the 43MXE1?