I have a Panasonic 28pk3 tv. It's 50hz. To combat the majority of the flicker, i opt to buy region 1 dvd's which are displayed in 60hz.(Thank God). But i have to zoom the image to get rid of the black borders. This of course, makes the scan lines more visible and edges a little more jagged. Lighter scenes like the pod race on star wars suffer the most. Besides this though, the picture could be no better. The RGB scart cable i'm using is a profigold one. Decent enough, costing around £15-20. My question is this: Would upgrading to an IXOS, shielded cable make any noticible difference to the picture on a screen the size of 28"?? I think it may JUST be the lower resolution of the stretched image that causes the edges to be a bit jagged(e.g the line of someones nose from their side profile). Cheers.