Thought I'd share my experiences with my 32pw9509 which I got 2 days ago. Initial impressions were awful. The picture was pixelated all over and dark scenes were very hard to watch. The good news is I got it sorted out. Heres the problems I had and how to sort them : 1) If you are using composite SCART (I.e. set says EXT 1 CVBS) then you are in for a world of pain. This input quality is NOT good enough for this set. As the set auto detects if it is RGB or CVBS there is no way to force it to RGB like my old set. I had this problem as all my video is fed through my Arcam AVR250 AV receiver, but I hadn't connected up the RGB switch line to the scart (it's on a stereo jack plug, and wiring this to the correct SCART pins made the set recognise it was RGB and not composite.) This really improved the picture. Repeat : Composite sucks. Ensure your devices are set to RGB 2) I use this set with a TIVO. I noticed a lot of pixalation in the picture when watching Live tv, that was not apparent using the Tivo bypass button (AUX on the Tivo remote). Tivo can be hacked to increase it's quality settings, and I did this to increase it's recording resolution to 720x480 with a higher bitrate. This made an AMAZING difference. Proceedure is here http://www.dealdatabase.com/forum/showthread.php?t=12736&page=3&pp=15 In case that was blacked out, search google for dealdatabase forums then search the site for 'tivo changing resolution' 3) The set in default settings really messes up the picture and tries too hard to improve it digitally. This results in a few problems with fast motion and pixelation. Take me advice, do NOT use pixel plus 2. Use MoviePlus or, in some cases use the 100Hz mode or double scan. This removes a lot of digital processing and is good for fast motion. I find MoviePlus pretty good. 4) In addition, turn the sharpness to ZERO, and I found setting the DNR to Maximum really sorted out pixalation in darker areas. Dynamic contrast at medium helps too. All in all it took 2 days to get a decent picture on this set. It's still not too fond of text (i.e. credits on a movie), but its not bad. It takes a lot of playing to get a good picture, but when you get it, you'll be very happy. The detail and clarity has to be seen to be believed and it really excels on bright images. I'm now very happy and I consider myself highly picky over my TV images ! Hope this helps some people out there ! PS. only EXT1 & EXT3 are RGB capable.