Currently running a Toshiba SD900E and using it's NTSC Progressive output via component. Was watching a dvd the other night and noticed that the blacks had a slight green tint to them, so I whipped out my trusty AVIA disc to check the colour/hue settings etc. Basically I couldn't get them spot on. Tried again last night, switched the player on and was greeted with an even greener picture. Now here's the weird part. This is ONLY on the Progressive Scan output, Interlaced via Component is spot on as is S-Video via the scart and S-Video socket. I can switch back & forth between Progressive and Interlaced at the touch of a button and each time the Progressive Output has this green tint. In fact it looks bloody awful. Doublechecked the TV's service menu settings for both Interlaced & Progressive modes and they haven't changed so it's not the TV. Any ideas as to what this is? Knackered de-interlacer chip or some part of it?? Thanks for any input.