Got myself the Toshiba 28ZD26P last week from PRCDirect (£498.35) and I am impressed with the quality of the component picture I get from my consoles - PS2, Xbox and Gamecube, but a decent progressive scan picture is what I'm really interested in. My Xbox is chipped, so I've set the video mode to NTSC and changed the dashboard options to display a 480p picture which makes my games look even better than they did in the normal PAL mode, it's almost like looking at a monitor it's that good. Now I'm confused as to whether this is a true prog. scan picture as I'm sure I read somewhere on here that if it was I wouldn't be able to change the picture settings from Progressive to Natural, Active or 100Hz, but I can. However, when using my NTSC Gamecube and setting the games that allow it to prog. scan I cannot change the settings on the TV, it is fixed on Progressive. The other thing is the fact that I can't change the picture size to 4:3 when in prog. scan mode. The only sizes available are Wide, Superlive, Cinema and Subtitle. So what's that all about? And my biggest worry is when the picture on the Gamecube is quite bright near the top of the screen it gets distorted badly. The only other thing that bugs me is the fact that vertical and horizontal straight lines appear to be bending slightly inwards. This is also noticable when in 4:3 mode as the edges are not straight yet they were on my old Bush 28" widescreen in 4:3 mode. I used the THX video set-up options found on some DVD's to check this. So can these problems be fixed by a service engineer if I ask PRCDirect to send one out or are they unfixable? Thanks in advance.