I got a Pioneer DV565 from Richer Sounds yesterday. I have a Beko 28" widescreen TV and a £50 IXOS scart cable. The colours and depth are really beautiful. However, I'm having some problems with the image: 1. On R1 discs there are these noticeable small, horizontal bands across the picture. They make edges fuzzy and spoil light areas of the picture. 2. On both R1 and R2 discs light areas sometimes seem a bit noisy/flickery. 3. Also on both R1 and R2 discs I'm getting blemishes on the picture, similar to what you see on cinema screens. When the colours are light dark, splodges/hairs appear, when the screen is dark there are little specks of white. GRRRRR! It is such a good DVD player apart from these image problems, which is infuriating because without them it would be just what I want. I didn't have any of these problems with my old LG DVD5083. Is there a way to get rid of these problems or should I take it back? I wanted to upgrade my LG, which I was using for CD as well as DVD, and debated between getting a single more expensive DVD player like the Pioneer, or splitting my money between a cheaper but still better DVD player and a separate CD player. If I have to end up returning the Pioneer, what would people advise me to do on a budget of £200-300, get another DVD player, or a DVD player *and* a CD player? (I rank music listening just as important as movies, so want as good a performance from both as possible for the money). One more question, I have a cheapish coaxial interconnect for digital out between my DVD player and amp. Would I notice a difference if I upgraded to a £30-ish coaxial cable?