I won't bore you with all the how I got here story. Suffice to say I'm now at the stage where I have my PC with it's Radeon 9600 projecting via my Pannie AE200 onto my Blackout material screen. My problems are the picture settings. As any Pannie owners are aware, we have a series of presets including Dynamic, Cinema1, Cinema2, Normal, and music I think? First, I suppose I don't know which one is right. Just pick one you like I hear you say, well fair enough......... What I don't understand, is this: To my eyes: Normal looks ok (ish) just a bit dull Cinema1 and 2 look like someones turned up the DULL filter! and put red to maximum setting Music (I think that's what it's called) looks resonable Dynamic looks WAY WAY better than any or the above, but perhaps just a bit OTT on some scenes. For a Pixar animated film, Dynamic looks the business I reckon, everythings bright, clear, sharp and colourfull. However, on some live action stuff, some bright areas can be bleached out (if you like) and loose detail. Trouble is going away from Dynamic the picture appears to be so lifeless I'm reluctant to change from it. First I guess I'm not sure how the Pannie is making these modes. I mean is it just a pre defined setting of colour/balance/brightness type thing, or is if doing some different electronic processing to get the modes ? I'm wondering if I need to start from one of these modes and manually adjust the settings to get to a resonable correct level. problem is I don't know what a correct level would be. I don't know if it's a particular DVD that looks a bit iffy, or the projector needs adjusting. Like tonight I had shrek running in dynamic, looked excellent, bright, detailed, clear, a real one to show off with. I then changed to charlies angels 2, and the colour was way OTT and looked pretty bad. I admit I do like an image with a bit of punch to it. I can't understand why anyone would say they liked the Cinama modes. They just look like low contrast mixed with red up high. Any advice would be much appreciated.