I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum to post in but considering I don't know what aspect of my h.t. setup is related to the issue at hand, I figured I'd generalize and post in the DLP forum which is what I'm running. Now before I begin I think it's important to mention that I am from Canada and am therefore primarily setup for NTSC R1 viewing, but I'm having a MAJOR problem... For some reason whenever I try to watch PAL encoded discs on my pj setup, I see these really jarring effects that almost seem like INTERLACING errors! Lots of flickering broken lines and jumpiness... I should mention btw, that the MAJOR issues really come to surface when viewing ANIMATED movies! I have both a Pio-Elite 59-AVi and a mid-range JVC (forget the model no. but it's a long one!) and both are region-free moded. I'm getting this effect with BOTH players but am more concerned with the JVC considering I'd been screening PAL movies for years with this unit prior to incorporating DLP projection without flaw. I want to know if anyone's ever experienced similar problems and what the source of this can be or what it's related to? I'm trying to watch these PAL encoded Charlie Brown DVD's from Germany and while the transfer quality of the discs are far superior to the R1 Paramount releases... due to these jarring interlace-like effects, they are almost unwatchable! Fir instance, whenever Charlie Brown's mouth moves as he speaks, the thick black pencil lines outlining it continually flicker and break up during motion. It's really awful! Can somebody please, please, please help me out as to why I'm seeing this and how can I fix it?!?!? If it helps... I've got a DPI front projector connected through component cables (temporary until I wire for HDMI) to an HD Leeza through to the JVC and Pioneer Elite players. My setup was recently calibrated and tuned so I don't think it's anything that simple. Also, this should not be important but I'm connected through an Arcam P7 and AV8. PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!! I NEED to fix this problem because a large portion of my DVD library are import discs which are PAL encoded and this is NOT something I can live with, it's very frustrating and I'm baffeled as to the source of this issue!!! I'd be really grateful for ANY feedback or replies.... Thank you!