Hi all, I just got a 29" Panasonic CRT (TX-29F125R). Its 100Hz and Progessive Scan. I also have a Panasonic DVD (S75) player thats Progressive Scan (NTSC only). Am currently using the S-Video connection. To say the picture is good would be an overstatement. However I do not wish to say thats its bad either. I think I would equate it to a picture you would get when using composite connections . There is alot of noise. Text and picture are somewhat blurred. And pixelation is very evident. Its no longer a joy watching DVD as the artefacts are really in your face. Its terrible. Frankly I was surprised at the poor quality of the picture. This is because I originally had a Philips TV (also 29") but 50Hz and the picture with S-Video (the very same cable!!) was fabulous. Very crisp and clear . Both the DVD player and the TV have component output and input respectively. Should I expect to get a much better picture with this connection. I keep reading that the difference between S-Video and Component in terms of picture quality is almost negligeable, which in this case would mean am stuck with a poor picture. This would be a shame, as I really thought the jump from 50Hz to 100Hz progressive scan would be a really good one. (The 29" Philips was really good with DVD using S-Video) Please advise. Also, if I do go component, which cables would you advise (in terms of brand..... etc) Otherwise I have learnt alot from this forum!!!!!!! Very enlightening!!!!!!!