OK pretty good. 1) The Arcam is a bit noisy on CD playback between tracks (it seems to whirr and occasionally misses the start of the track, but not really a CD player I suppose. 2) Swithing between PAL prog and interlaced notice the following: Interlace flicker is non existent on a 10ft diagonal widescreen 16:9. Very impressive, Jaggies seem to be quite ok even on interlaced, probably due to the full 576 lines of PAL resolution? Not a massive difference, mainly a psychological comfort factor? Horizontal line structure occasionally visible on fast movement, very transient and momentary though. Better than interlaced unsurprisingly, but not fully eradicated. Horizontal line structure beomes invisible about 22ft back, at 20ft subtle but present. I believe this to be the matrix structure of the LCD panels rather than defects in the progressive (i.e. the pixel structure). Must admit I had expected it to be eliminated with the progressive as I believed the lines became obvious on a static image becuase of the fade rate of the interlaced odds versus even lines? Anyone else any views? ANyone else running PAL prog with the Arcam?