I wonder if someone could possibly explain the way that LCD TVs handle interlaced displays properly? I'm guessing they must do, otherwise the pictures would look bad. For example, when watching a NTSC DVD via a PC monitor, there are often clear 'interlacing artefacts' (i.e. combing) introduced as the PC is showing a progressive picture made up of 2 non-consistent fields. This can be undone by good inverse telecine, but I was wondering how the TV would handle it? I'm sure I must be missing something obvious, otherwise there would be a lot more people shouting about the benefits of 720p versus 1080i especially for LCDs!