And now it's time for animation . Nothing makes you happier about the colours your TW3200 can reproduce than putting a movie with animation in your player. It looks gorgeous. DVD. The Road To Eldorado. What's not to like here - watching animation in this size really lets you appreciate the fine details the animators put in. And the colours of this particular movie are rich and varied. BD. Surf's Up. We go from hand drawn animation to the 3D CGI of this rather entertaining flick. The colurs here are almost post card material. DVD. Akira. This movie has quite good colours considering its age (1988). Pioneer really made a good transfer of this when they released the DVD: More Akira - this time a closeup. I have no BD calibration discs so I tried playing around with the THX Optimizer on the Akira disc. I ended up going back to Epson's default settings for Cinema mode since I couldn't get a result that made me happier: DVD. The Lion King. It's the ciiiiiiircle of coooolouuuuuurs ;-) DVD. Valhalla. This Danish animated film actually has a transfer which is quite bad, but I thought this scene to be the exception and a good example of good colours. BD. Paprika. This animated movie from Japan has some striking colours to begin with. Having it on BD and projecting it onto an 120" image really accentuates that. The reds and the blues really come to life. It looks mind boglingly good: More Paprika. No, it's not a poster - it's just a scene from the film projected onto a wall. can't wait to see it on a proper canvas where it will look even better.