Ok thanks to the reviews in various A/V mags and the positive comments of many of AV/Forums members I order'ed a Epson tw10h sunday morning via the web and have just taken delivery about 2 hours ago.First impressions are a little confusing!!!? Well first off the good news, NO MORE RAINBOWS! secondly colours appear to be a lot brighter and sharper than my old data PJ, and of course now I get a native 16:9 AR PJ Ok so with grubby excited little fingers I take said PJ out of box and connect it to my HCPC via 6 metre VGA lead,Playback is using POWERDVD4 and Powerstrip.I set playback for 1:1 pixel maping at the Epsons native res of 854x480.Now the first thing I notice is that colours are bright and vivid in fact a little too bright, So I set PJ to theatre black mode and start to spin some disks.Hmmmmm image is fairly sharp though not for text in windows(this is of course to be expected as this is a HC PJ not a data model)Now herein lies the problem.Colours are fine! image sharpness is fine, But theres no "filmatic quality" to the picture it appears "pixely" Ok I thinks lets see how s-video does, So I dig up an old 5 metre cheapy lead and connect it to my £50 divx/dvd player and WOW! colours are no way near as bright and or dark, However! the image is at least 200% smoother! no pixelation visible etc etc.Now can someone please clue me in as im at a loss to explain this? how does a £800 HCPC look "worse" than a cheap £15 S video cable and a cheapy £50 dvd player?