As I said in another thread, I decided to get to the bottom of this bluring and so have tested this on 4 different systems including the Tosh. Sony DVD with small CRT, Panny portable DVD with 9 inch LCD screen, PC with Power DVD and the Tosh. My first problem was deciding what the problem was. I had 2. The worst for the Tosh was what I would call the 'painted on beard' problem. This I only saw on the Tosh. After some tweaking I found that it was down to 'over processing' My denon 2200 dvd player has a dark black setting and a light black setting. The tosh also has black stretch. By setting the player to light black and the tosh to black stretch on; voila, the problem vanished. Also turned the sharpness down to a negative value to get rid of the DVD edge enhancement (part of the mpeg processing). Happy so far. The second problem (which I presume we are talking about) of the bluring during his movement down the line occured to some extent on every system that I tested. The reason that it may be more pronounced on the tosh is that the image is sharper, therefore the effect more pronounced, and of course the screen is bigger and very bright. I have seen this effect in the cinema sometimes and it almost makes you feel sick. My conclusion for what it is worth is that the film was shot this way and, bearing in mind that I saw it to some extent on all of the other systems, is just enhanced on the tosh. I think that mucking about with the sharpness did improve things. My second conclusion is that I'm never doing this again becuse now I know 3:16 off by heart and will probably dream about it. Hope this helps in some way.