I don't normally subscribe to Film4, but as there is a free weekend's viewing I thought I'd watch a couple of films. The problem I am experiencing is similar to the line structure you would normally associate with interlaced NTSC material. Although to my eyes it looks a lot worse. There are "jaggies" everywhere, people's faces, buildings, cars etc. also severe moiring only really noticeable on brickwork. This has really detracted from my viewing experience. All channels I normally subscribe to are exactly as they have always appeared. This problem is only apparent when viewing Film4, +1, and Extreme. I am using an NTL Digibox connected via RGB scart to a Toshiba 36ZD26P. I have tried various picture modes (100Hz, Active, Natural and Progress), but none of them eliminate the problem. I normally view all broadcast material in Progress mode, which eliminates line structure with Pal and NTSC material. This produces one of the best pictures I have seen on a CRT, but with Film4 it cannot improve this strange line structure. Any ideas/suggestions?