Hi. I have a few questions to which I cannot find answers to. I own a projector (NEC MT1040) and some DVD's produce a bend or curve in the top portion of the image that is only seen when using component cables through the projector's RGB input. Again, this is only SOME DVD's. At first, I thought it only happened with widescreen movied, but that's not the case. The funny thing is that usually the DVD's menu screens (PLAY MOVIE, OPTIONS, AUDIO SETUP, ETC) are displayed properly, but the movie itself causes the glitch. This goes for both my Star Wars (episodes 1 and 2, both wide-screen) and The Family Guy (4:3 aspect ratio). Is it because I'm not sending a sync signal to the projector? Also, another problem I'm having is jagged edges. Again, only on some DVD's and of varying noticeability. This problem also only occurs using component cables. Is this a question of aspect ratios being scaled? Are the problems I'm having due to progressive scan signals? Do i need to purchase an external scaler (expensive)? I have my satelite receiver on S-video and my VCR on RCA video. I want my DVD connected as-is. Any help would be greatly appreciated! so THANKS in advance!! PS: I also noticed that my picture was blurry. It ended-up being that my cables were too long. My cables were 50 feet long. I cut-off 20 feet and the picture is much better now. So signal degredation was the problem there. I was hoping that shortening the cables would also help with the other 2 problems, but no such luck.