Hi there, Interested in the Panasonic E95 but would like the ability to view JPEG images (taken on a digital camera). I know the E95 has a SD/PC card slot which would allow viewing of images on a CompactFlash card however we tend to download from CF card to PC. If we were to also download selected images from the CF card using the SD/PC card slot on the E95 to the HDD, could you then burn to a DVD-RAM and use that to display favourite images on the TV as a slideshow. Reason for question is: Looked at Pioneer 720H and Panasonic E85 (hadn't got E95 in stock and picture quality said to be same). Main problem with Pioneer seems to be no Progressive scan and no Component output - looking to upgrade to Plasma TV screen (possibly Pioneer 505XDE or 43XDE) and am told that progressive scan would provide better quality picture (even though the Pioneer Plasma has its own de-interlacing prog. scan functionality). Also, is it true that best connection to Plasma screen is Component output? I would like to wait for the Pioneer 920H which seems to have everything but I'm sure I won't like the price tag which goes with it! So.........the Panasonic E95 - liked the picture quality (seemed a bit crisper than the Pioneer 720H), great editing functionality including facility to 'divide' recordings, has progressive scan and component output, etc... only question mark is display of JPEG images on DVD-RAM?