Ok, I've done a search one this, but all the posts I've turned up seem to be talking about using a PC as the source going into the Loewe set. (Apologies if this particular question has been asked before, but I couldn't find an answer. Perhaps someone could run up a summary of Loewe's progresive scan abilities?) I'm looking at getting a Loewe set (duh!), although not until later on in the year (going to be pretty much skint for the next few months as I'm moving in with the gf and we need stuff like furniture). At the moment I'm looking at either an Aconda or the new Mimo. However, I also want a set which has progressive scan. Now as far as i can tell from Loewe's site, the Mimo & Aconda (or at least the 9381ZW) have some form of internal de-interlacing (Loewe's Digital Line Interpolation or DLI if I'm making the right assumptions), but that more than likely isn't going to be as good as an external unit. Now from what i understand, the Loewe VGA module accepts a progressive signal (and lots of people use a HTPC to connect to this). But what about non-PC sources? For example, if i were to feed my source units into, say, an IScan Pro and then into the VGA module, would this actually sync? If so, would this be a big improvement (i.e. worth the financial layout) on the sets own deinterlacing and other digital processing?