Can somedbody please clarify the following:- I went to Comet in Greenwich yesterday, to see the Tosh DLP. I travelled from Maidstone in Kent. I fell in love with the design immediately, it looked absolutely beautiful and i personally believe that its the best looking DLP R/P. However, what I didnt like was the picture quality. The picture looked grainy and bitty, and this was standing 8 ft away. I presently own a 28 100hz Tosh, and a Tosh DVD player, and due to knowing my DVD players capabilities, took this along with an expensive scart lead. When I arrived, the Tosh DLP was already linked up to a Tosh DVD player via component, and the picture as I said looked bitty and grainy. I then asked them to link it up to my DVD player as Ive never had a bad picture produced by it, along with my scart. The picture was exactly the same as with their Tosh DVD player via component, it was no better, no worse. My question is this:- Is the picture quality an issue with the TV/DLP technology, or is it a combination of the quality of DVDs and the size of the TV it was being shown on i.e., 46. Would the bitty and grainy picture be cured once hi def is broadcasted, and the blue-ray movie format is released, or will it be a permanent issue with any media fed to it. I dont mind purchasing the set and having less picture quality than my current 28 if its only going to be for a year until Hi Def is broadcaster, but what I dont want is to spend the best part of 2K on a set that is not going to be capable of producing as good a picture as my 28 just to have a bigger screen size it think this would be pointless. Any replies/comments to the above would be very much appreciated.