Hitachi 32WF810 & Hitachi DVP515 I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to dvd and hope others out there could answer these three questions: 1. When artifacts occur sometimes on dvd playback, if I go back to just before they appeared, it never seems to do it a second time. Has the player sort of realised it's mistake and learnt not to do it again or is this just co-incidence? 2. I'm a bit confused regarding different sorts of NTSC and PAL conversion. When I play back a region 1(NTSC)disc, the 'PAL' indicator remains lit on the player and the 'Hue' option on the tv menu is not available (which it would be if receiving an NTSC signal). There is an option in the dvd menu to select 'Quasi PAL', but if I select this the picture is distorted and I still don't get NTSC output from the player. Player is connected via rgb scart. The player is based on the Samsung machines. I noted on one of these Samsung machines, there was a small button on the remote, which you pressed with a pen to change from NTSC/PAL. My player doesn't have this, and there is nothing in the menu apart from 'Quasi PAL' To recap, picture seems fine with 'Quasi PAL' switched off, but I'm obviously not geting a true NTSC signal from either setting. Tv mentions compatibility with PAL/SECAM/PAL60/NTSC4.43/3.58. The dvd mentions compatibility with NTSC, and it's user manual simply says 'PAL indicator will light when playing back a PAL disc' Can anyone explain what conversion is taking place? Is this PAL60? Am I missing out by not seeing a true NTSC picture? What is the point of having the PAL indicator - no need to answer that! <br /> <br />3. When I bought my player, I went for the next model up, cos it could play CDR/CDRW discs which the cheaper Hit DVP315 and my previous Tosh couldn't. Hitachi claim that because my 515 uses a twin laser it is able to play these discs. What I can't understand is why so many of the standard dvd players can not read copied audio CD's, when every CD based audio sysem can. Is it true that a dvd player does need a dual laser for this purpose or is Hitachi spouting nonsense like many manufacturers do? Thanks in advance to everyone who can help.