Readers may understand my post better by reading what I have wrote in the Progressive Scan Section of the Forum. I do not currently own a progressive scan DVD player however I am very keen on the relatively new Sony DVPNS930 which as you all probably know is PAL/NTSC Progressive Scan capable. I currently own a Sony DVPNS705 which I bought around a year ago due to its SACD and excellent video performance and DVD+RW/+R compatibility. It is still a great machine and I will keep on using it if the benefits I will get by buying the 930 cannot be justified. I watch a lot of sporting events on the 705 recorded on DVD+RW which are sourced from TV broadcasts (such as Football matches, and so on). However, recently becoming a projector owner, fast movement and camera plans look blurred which I am assuming a progressive scan player will irradiate to a certain degree. However as TV pictures are naturally interlaced, what is the quality of the Sony 930 de-interlacer in regard to viewing such recordings?