I have had my PD30 for a week now and have had some concerns about the quality of the picture during dark scenes it can look very murky. I watch everything (Sky+ and DVD) via RGB. Last night I was watching Star Wars Attack of the Clones and this had the perfect example of what I think is wrong. At about 5m30s in there is a scene where the senator is sitting against a bright window in a big gray chair, wearing a black cloack, grey shirt and brown waist band. However, the PD30 simply showed everything apart from his face as a black silhouette. Nothing that I could do to the picture settings would change this. However if I switched to Picture in Picture mode the detail in the senator WAS shown! Eventually I worked out that this was because when in PiP mode each source is displayed using composite not RGB. If I switch my DVD output to composite I get the detail again during non PiP. This made me check Sky+ again. Watching faces in a dark scene I could see some blockiness caused by solarisation. Again switching to PAL instead of RGB on the Sk+ box fixed this. I don't want to watch everything using composite on such a quality TV! Does anyone else out there have the same problem? Has anyone got a solution will I get round this for the DVD when I change to one with component outputs? I am going to phone Panasonic today to see what they suggest.