There have been a number of threads about the performance of the Sony 32FQ86 when viewing RGB inputs. The complaint is of 'interference' and/or odd patterning which is only evident on RGB. I have been investigating this problem and I now know the cause and have a temporary fix. The problem arises because in RGB mode (either scart) Noise Reduction is turned off. This is not mirrored in the user menu where NR adjustments all appear as normal, they just don't do anything. Sonys NR circuitry is very good, it does its thing with minimal side effects and importantly one of its functions is to remove/reduce mpeg artifacts. I have been unable,to date, to discover whether the disabling of NR in RGB is deliberate or is one of Sonys not uncommon software cock-ups. It is however driven by the sets software (all versions). I have developed a means of activating NR for RGB and I'm looking for a handful of volunteers to trial it for me. I have been watching an fq86 with the NR turned back on and I have my own views on the visible changes, but I would like some more views as to whether I'm going down the right path. If you are familiar with the Service Menus and would like to help please post and I will pm you with the procedure. I would like to hear from you whether you find a problem with your RGB picture or not.