I've finally parted with my much earned cash and bought the Tosh DLP! I didn't actually intend on purchasing today, as the main reason i went to the Greenwich Comet (travelled from Maidstone) was in fact to view the reported problems with facial blurring and noise in dark areas. I took along a couple of DVD's, namely Gladiator and Spiderman 2. I can report that the display set on show definately displayed the facial blurring at 3:16, and i must admit that to my eyes it was VERY BAD! - so bad in fact that for the few seconds it lasted, i actually felt unconfortable watching it - it looked to me like there was missing information/bits missing from his face! However, i was not able to notice any rainbows, i looked at the flaming arrows and fires and moved my eyes quickly accross the screen from side to side, and also blinked quickly, but luckily enough i wasn't able to see any! I then put on Spiderman 2, and actually watched quite a lot of the movie, must have been there for about an hour! I was unable to pick up on any noise at all on the black areas whilst he's swinging through the streets at night - i'm not saying for one minute it doesn't exist - its just to my eyes everything seemed fine! Anyway, my conslusion was this - although the problem with the panning section in Gladiator was in my opinion unwatchable, i watched a hell of a lot of Spiderman 2 - and to my eyes the picture was incredible! I noticed no problems as seen in Gladiator and the colours were really nice and strong, and the sense of height when he's jumping over roof tops and falling between buildings, was so realistic that it felt like i was actually falling for real! I won't let isolated instances in films like gladiator get in my way of an othewise brilliant large screen TV like the Tosh. I think its a very small price to pay when your getting a tv of that size and quality. Anyways, how long is the entire film of gladiator compared to the couple of seconds of blurred panning? Anyway, the sales guy came accross and asked if i'm thinking of buying, and i jokingly said not at those prices no! He looked at me, and i said well i will be paying cash for it and can get it cheaper than that on line. He said, oh - we can price match. I said not websites you cant (as i had been told yesterday by Comet at Aylesford Retail Park, Maidstone - by the Store Manager! that they will only pricematch one website and thats the Comet one - that makes a lot of sense doesn't it?). But this guy asked how much have i seen it for - i said £1560.00. He went away to see his manager, and said that he will do it for £1549.00. Apparently, he did the same last week and price matched a website called Galtronics? or something. Anyway, i decided to go for it, so will be expecting delivery on Tuesday 11th - Can't wait! All i've got to do now is order the Denon 2910 - and hopefully that might even clear up the blurred part of Gladiator a little - as it said in the What Widesreen TV review that the lower down the signal you go - the more noticeable it will be. And the player they were using today was about an £80.00 Tosh, not even progressive, and i think it was through Component connection. When i get the player and TV set up, i'll let you now if the player clears Gladiator up any! Somebody is obviously going to tell me now that i could have got the TV on another website for £1000.00 aren't they!