I raised a thread about a problem that I had, but the moderator merged with another unrelated thread: http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=46218 However, it turns out that this isn't a fault on my set, but a general problem with the 9607. When you play PAL (50hz) sources through the TV, you get a rock solid picture However, when you play NTSC or PAL60 through it, the picture 'wobbles'.. Its especially noticable on the extra left/right sides of the screen. At first, I assumed that this was a problem with my DVD player, however, after trying my PS2, XBOX and Laptop all outputting NTSC or PAL60, I proved that it must be my TV or some other external influence. On Monday and engineer came out, confirmed the fault and went away to talk to Philips (I am waiting for the results of his findings) At this point I still believed (hoped) that this was just a simple fault, which could be fixed. However, last night I visited a local Currys who had a 9607 hooked upto a DVD player. I put in a R0 NTSC disk and low and behold, that wobbled too.. However, replacing the R2 (PAL) disk, gave a rock solid picture. I have now seen this on 2 totally unrelated TVs and my only conclusion can be that this is either a general fault, or a bad batch. I know that others have replied to my previous post saying that they don't see this problem, but I am not sure if they are 32" or 36" users. I really hope that Philips take this seriously and it doesn't turn out to be another "Sony Scrolling Bar" problem.