Ok, I feel like a thread is needed for people like me who have bought a DLP set and are experiencing issues and are wondering whether they are inherent to DLP tvs or just specific to the one they have. So in my case I have the Sagem HD-D45, as many will know it suffers from a frostiness to the picture I believe due to the anti reflective coating. So I'd like to know whether this is specific to the Sagem HD-D45 for a start, if so does that mean no other sets have anti reflective coatings are are they just more 'transparent' than they are on the Sagem? Secondly I see problems when things move fast across the screen e.g. someone walks quickly from one side of the screen to the other. Not all the time but quite a lot there are blurring/oil painting effect problems where the face/object will momentarily break up and look all blurred. Sorry if I haven't described it very well but I'm sure I won't be the only person to have seen this. So, is this a DLP problem or are there any DLP TVs (pref using the HD2+ chip) that don't suffer from this problem e.g. the Samsung 50"? Thirdly colour banding/solarisation. I've seen this on all my previous plasmas and it can look awful. I've noticed it on the Striker WMVHD clip where the background seems to move and there are bands of colour in it which I haven't noticed on e.g. my Sanyo Z3 projector using the same HTPC. Last but not least of course, rainbows. I see them sometimes, last night they didn't seem to be much of a problem. Are there any sets that are better for mimimising rainbows than another? What I'm trying to determine is whether I'm going to be better off changing what I've got for something else while I've got the chance but obviously there's not much point getting another DLP tv if it's going to suffer the same issues. I'm not saying these issues are showstoppers for me, last night I thought the picture overall was very good and at times excellent and compared to the plasmas I've had in my time this is certainly a lot better. I may well get used to the Sagems 'quirks' after all it does have it's merits (looks great, HD ready, Picture and Picture etc). Cheers, Andy.