I recently bought the Pioneer DV737, and as yet I am still trying to get the thing set up right. The sound is fine now, but the picture, while as clear as crystal, is less than great. Especially when I was watching The X Files (as some of you know there can be quite a lot of panning across photographs and the like when Mulder and Scully are talking about science, aliens and dead people on tables). Anyway, while the camara is moving across all these polaroids etc, there seems to be a 'ghosting / juddering / jittering'. I cant think of any way to describe this any better, but I suspect that most of you can relate to my problem in some way or another. I have a Philips widescreen TV, with 100Hz, Digital Scan, and Natural Motion (which smooths people walking for example, and I think id have to leave it on, otherwise I couldnt watch anything comfortably) What exactly do all the picture settings do (on the DV737) - such as 1) PureCinema 2) YNR (Brightness Noise Reduction) 3) CNR (Colour Noise Reduction) 4) MNR (Mosquito Noise Reduction) 5) BNR (Block Noise Reduction) 6) Sharpness High 7) Sharpness Mid 8) Detail 9) White Level 10) Black Level 11) Black Setup 12) Hue 13) Chroma Level 14) Chroma Delay Especially the last two 'chroma' settings. If someone with a lot of time on their hands can explain what these setting mean, and most of all do (with a little example ), I would be so grateful I couldnt explain! Thanks everybody for your help in advance! Best Wishes, -J!