Just set up my Hoya FLD filter after ordering it from castle-cameras and I concur with what other people here have already said about them. Not a night and day difference to quote others here but certainly worth the £20.00 that it has cost me. The filter reminds me of the one Sony supply with their projectors, giving the image a mild red push, which results in a lovely warm picture. Anyhow, as a quick test, I had a watch of Matrix Reloaded. There is a definite improvement in an already good black level. Neos cloak/robe is a very deep black and Agent Smiths suit is now clearly a lot darker than the other agents in the film Had a look at LOTR: The Two Towers. I have noticed that the filter, although not bought for the purpose, has smoothed out some of the FPN and thus results in a more cinematic picture with the correct tweaking X-box Tiger woods looks great via s-video, as it seems to filter any s-video related noise So, all in all, definitely a worthy purchase. Once again, thanks to all at AV-forums for this information. Cant believe it took me six months to order one !!! Cap PS. Do not know if other Panny 200/300 owners here are aware but if you want to change the temp settings, by pressing enter when the user option is displayed you find another menu allowing further tweaking of both red and blue contrast and brightness.