Help ! I've just bought a Phllips 30PF9975. Persuaded by the excellent reviews and awards it is has got. This is my problem. The picture quality for broadcast TV is just godawful. Worse than my 10 year old CRT set. I'm getting dot crawl, motion flicker, artefacts all over the place and worst of all, the contrast looks terrible especially on flesh tones. Any light area on a face looks glaringly bright no matter how low I set the contrast and brightness. Colour is also bad, orange and red especially look positively fluorescent. Though it is better on some channels and worse on others. I've tried playing with all the settings, setting Progressive Scan instead of Pixel Plus, setting Digital Natural Motion off, DNR off etc. but that doesn't help The set is not faulty as I've played DVDs and then the picture is generally excellent. I tried Moulin Rouge for example and it looked beautiful. I have an analogue cable TV input via coax which goes straight into the TV coax connection. I get the impression that it could be the low quality of the cable input signal that is causing the trouble. In the shop where I bought it the picture was just as bad (yes, I know why did I buy this thing again ?) so I assume they have the same crappy analogue cable input. What I can't understand is why this supposedly award winning set gives such bad results with an analogue broadcast signal. Surely a good TV should be able to make a poor quality signal look better, not worse. Anyway, my main questions are. 1. Would it help if I connect my existing analogue cable input in a different way ? 2. If I upgrade my cable package to digital, will that solve the problem ? I would really appreciate some advice. Thanks. B.T.W. I live in the Netherlands at the moment ( I also bought the set in the Netherlands).My cable supplier is called Casema. My DVD player/recorder is the Sony RDR-GX3 connected via RGB scart to Ext1.