Right Guys, Ive been doing a little research in an attempt to get to the bottom of the blurring problem with the Tosh. I really do love the Tosh, I think it gives a fantastic picture but is ruined at times due to the blurring on panning. Ive made the decision to stick by my Tosh, but would like to see if anything can be done to reduce/eliminate the blurring. It all started last night when I was watching advertising clips of new movies on Sky Box Office and guess what? There were panning shots that didnt have any blurring! Although I have noticed the painted face effect before on digital TV, I havent actually noticed any panning blur from a digital TV feed. It would be such a shame if owners were to return their sets because they think its a fault with the Tosh, if its actually not the Tosh but something else? I posted on a US site last night, and mentioned that Im using the Denon 2910, and have received the following response:- I don't know why you are having a problem with DVD's but it may be the "macroblocking bug" that plagues many players that use the Faroudja 23XX chip. The broadcast issue is called "temporal dithering" and it is something that occurs on DLP sets and is not unique to one manufacturer. I believe LCD sets have a similar problem called "motion blur". I then went on to say that we are not just experiencing the blurring on the Denon, but also the Panasonic and Samsung. And I got the following reply:- I'm not sure of the models you are referring to but the Panasonic S97, Samsung HD941 and the Toshiba v592 all use the Faroudja 2310 deinterlacer. Sony is one of the few that uses it's own deinterlacer so it does not suffer from the macroblocking bug. I don't know if that is the problem as I haven't seen what you are referring to but I don't have any PQ issues with my player and display. I have seen the broadcast problem though and the only time I notice it is during sporting events such as basketball with camera pans during player movement. I didn't have my set during the Olympics but I think that was a different problem with pixelation and I thought it was a problem with the encoders or some other hardware issue with the feeds. I believe it was most noticable during the diving if I remember reading correctly. The guy that replied to my post has the Toshiba 62HMX94 running from a Sony DVP-NS975V DVD Player and has never seen any panning blur! Wouldnt it be great if it is in fact something to do with the players were using, and when Sky HD or Blue-Ray is launched everything settles down!