Just received delivery of my new Sagem HD-D56 this morning and things got off to a bad start. When the delivery guy opened up the back of his lorry, I saw that the Sagem's box had come off the pallet and fallen on its side. Not to worry I thought, as long as it worked properly. Having spent a couple of hours setting it up, I do have a few questions: 1) Everytime I turn the TV on, it goes to BBC1 and there is no sound either. The only way around this that I can find is to switch on the DVD player (which is connected to AV5) and then switch it off again. The channel then goes to AV1 (satellite) and the sound returns. Has anyone else experienced this or is it a fault? 2) When a DVD is playing and my amp is on, the sound seems to be slightly out of sync with the picture. Now I don't really understand the concept of SPDIF, but the problem seems to be rectified if I set the SPDIF source option to AV5 (ie. my DVD player connection). The problem with this is that if I subsequently want to listen to a DVD via the TV's speakers, the sound won't work unless I change the SPDIF source option to OFF. Is this normal for this set? I'm sure that I'll have further questions later on, but any help with the above would be much appreciated.