After having the VGA upgrade card installed in my Loewe Aconda for a week, Ive discovered some very interesting aspects to the card including support for progressive resolutions I didnt expect to find. As Im sure many of you know, you can get Loewe TVs with the Q2500 chassis to sync to 480p@60hz and 720x576p@60hz both of which look very good, but being 4x3 resolutions will be stretched to fill the 16x9 display (there is no way to compensate for this using the TVs VGA geometry settings). Some people have had success with the widescreen 848x480p@60hz resolution, which is great for NTSC DVDs and for general PC usage (as the geometry is restored to a proper ratio), but is useless for PAL given the difference in screen resolution and refresh rate. The interesting thing is did you know that you can get Loewe Q2500 TVs to sync to 1024x576p@50hz? This resolution is simply stunning for PAL DVDs. It really has to be seen to be believed. The quality difference with DVDs over the standard Loewe digital processing and when compared to other TVs displaying a progressive PAL picture is simply stunning. I have written up a thorough analysis of the VGA card which you can find here. I would be very interested in any thoughts or discussion concerning this topic.