First off, it is very good good looking - the missus loves it. Due to the curved back it also goes right back into the corner of the room which is very handy. Progressive scan through my 963sa is awesome. After reading some other comments i wasn't sure if i would see much of a difference, but it is very noticeable. On the video calibration menu of Avia (where the camera pans across the 3D generated room) all of the jaggies disappear and the menu text is much much sharper. Whilst trying to calibrate with Avia i noticed that the progressive component output is much darker than the the RGB output. Component interlaced may also be different again but i forgot to check. Calibration will be made more difficult as the player itself has colour, contrast etc settings on both RGB and component output. What would be the best calibration method to get the best balance for both progressive component and RGB for my digibox. Could any owners of both machines share their thoughts? I know that the US HDTV Toshibas have designer menu settings which allow seperate settings for the various input types. Another thing i noticed is that the TV allows colour adjustment of an RGB signal. I did not think that this was possible. Is the TV doing some internal conversion to svideo or something? Now on to my main point. The geometry isn't very good. There is about a 10mm slope from top left to top right and about 2mm slope from bottom left to bottom right. Am i correct in thinking that this is unfixable by by either myself or a Toshiba engineer. What would be the most pain free method of getting this sorted. I could do without taking weekdays off work. Will John Lewis be happy just to send out another one or do they insist on a Toshiba visit first? Could people share their experiences. So many questions.... Many many thanks for any help.