I've finally got Debenhams to at least agree to swap my problematic Panny 28PL1 for a Loewe Xelos. I've seen these in action both in stores and at my friend's house but there is one thing that worries me slightly. I can handle the minor smearing that sometimes happens etc but the really downer for me is the artefacts/pixellation type look, more apparent with DVDs I assume because of the compression? The picture would be absolutely stunning/perfect if it weren't for this. Is it something that can be reduced or even disappear with the right settings on this TV. I've noticed this with every 100hz set i've seen whatever make. Is it something the 100hz purchasers forget after watching so long. It reminds me of watching half way decent video files (of whatever format) on a PC. It will be used with Sony DVD 325, VCR, Sky dig or NTL when I get it soon and a Dreamcast. Thanks for any feedback.