with duff information!! After much head scratching, visiting website after website until ungodly hours of the night, I have finally decided to purchase a Philips 32PF7520D. The spec (Freeview, HD ready and progressive scan) will give me everything I want as far as I can forsee. The only problem I have is with the progressive scan capabilites of this unit. I have a Denon DHT500SD home theatre system, and the DVD player has progressive scan. As the Philips TV doesn't have component sockets, I contacted Philips to find out how to get progressive scan on the TV. I was told to connect component leads from the DVD player to the DVi socket on the TV. Me being a numpty accepted this. I rang my local A/V specialist to find out if they had this type of lead in stock. "Why would you want that type of lead" says the guy, "you can't convert and analogue signal to digital so it's no use at all" Well I have seen this type of lead with these connections on the internet so thought at least somebody must have some use for them. So I rang Philips again....... Different guy said that I can't set progressive scan from my DVD player because the Philips has the progressive scan "built in" and would work on an analogue input only, not the DVi socket. Does this mean that if I connect my DVD player to the TV via RGB scart that the TV will automatically start the progressive scan or what? And if what the guy at the A/V shop said was right, why on earth does anybody manufacture component leads that terminate with a DVi socket? I am even more confused than I was before, and I am beginning to think I would be better off sticking with my Panny CRT.