Guys Ive built up some pretty good knowledge on the sound element of home cinema over the years but when it comes to display devices (LCD/plasma etc) Im stumped. Ive been reading up on it but the old brains hurting so I could use some help. Ive been looking at the Sharp 37 LCD (GA3 or GA4) or the old favourite Panny PW6 plasma. I will probably change my ancient DVD player and thats where the confusion starts as Ive seem some reasonably priced models with DVI out (Denon/Samsung) etc. Now, I understand such players have 720p/1080I scaling (whatever that means) but I also understand that if you use these scaling setting on PAL DVDs you introduce judder is this always the case or does it depend upon the DVD player? Also, apparently theres no point using the 1080 setting with the PW6 as it doesnt have enough pixels to take advantage of the extra lines presumably though, the Sharp with its greater resolution (1366 x 768) will look great on the 1080 setting? I just dont know whether the DVI input is worth bothering with at all perhaps it would be better to stick with component in (with progressive scan). Finally, one of the best screens I saw picture wise out there was the Hitachi 42PD4200 (I guess the 42PW5 series would also be really good) but I read that the way their ALIS screens work means that they can do progressive scan properly the picture looks great but switching prog scan on or off makes little or no difference. So, I could go for the Sharp which comes with everything and then add a DVD player with a DVI out. Or, I could go for the PW6, work out what input boards I would need still not sure whether component or DVI would be best (and Id need the SCART input board too for freeview). On top of this Id need to buy the table top stand (its living in the corner until we move to a new house in 12-18 months time) and sort out some speakers it sounds as though a little crappy pair will do for now (again, new surround system planned for new house). So, can you fellas please help. Many thanks, Matt.