I've just found out my 32pd30 isn't true ntsc/pal progressive. I emailed the company my denon 2800 mkII pal/ntsc prog scan dvd player was bought from, and they have told me not to use the prog scan on the dvd player as there is no tv in the uk that does ntsc/pal progressive. He recommended i turn the prog scan off on the dvd player and used interlaced. After explaining i got the dvd player because the tv was ntsc/prog scan enabled and thats why i got the dvd player & telling him which tv i have he said... We have come across this TV several times since Christmas, in exactly the same situation as you are describing. I think you have been misled. This television claims to be progressive scan, but isn't. It is actually de-interlacing via line doubling - it's not the same thing. Is he right, have i been sold a pretend prog scan tv or is he talking out of his ring?