After the disaster of my last set (JVC HD25) I'm looking for a new set. I've decided to sacrifice progressive scan if the new set is (virtually) trouble free. I hadn't found any set that did appear to be trouble free, but from what I've read the Loewe Aventos might be it. Superb picture quality which might make me forget the progressive picture of the JVC (about the only thing that was good about it). However, I have a few questions regarding the Aventos: - flickering when viewing NTSC DVDs. Apparently this can be remedied by switching DMI off. What does DMI do, and is it a problem to switch it off? Do other Aventos owners report the problem with NTSC discs? - RGB shift: I use two game consoles, and some set (including my old JVC) have a shift to the right of over an inch. I know Sony has the option on its sets to shift the RGB channel. I have read that the Aventos has this as well, but that it's 'hidden'. Can anyone confirm that the Aventos can do this? Can it be limited to a single RGB SCART (for example, no shift on the SCART which has the DVD player, shift on the SCART on which the console is)? How is it accessed? - pixellation: how does this set perform with moving images? Football games looked terrible on my JVC, my 15 year old Sony performed way better. How does the Aventos do?