Hey there, does anyone fancy answering a whole lot of questions from someone who knows next to nothing about these things? 1. I'd want to spend 1200 pounds max and would be OK with importing from the US because I noticed these prices were a lot, lot cheaper than UK resellers (I saw a UK site selling the Lumagen Visionpro HDP for 2145, a bit more than the US' equivalent price of 1437 pounds). I plan to use it on a Sony LCD TV with 1366x768 resolution and HDMI input. And, need it to have 2 HD-capable Component inputs, and 2 DVI or HDMI inputs would be nice (but I could settle for 1). Any recommendations? 2. How would they be for using video games with? Some games still come without true Progressive output, so would a deinterlacer this expensive give a picture very nearly as good? 3. How good is the deinterlacing really? I've never seen a scaler in action. Can you still spot interlacing problems if you look for them, or do they genuinely clear it all up? 4. Can I expect all of them to include all the usual other video enhancements, like comb filtering etc? 5. I'm an LCD person, and my panel has 768 lines. I can see that being a problem. Does that mean I'll have to look and find a TV that will accept 1336x768 (native resolution) over the HDMI port? 6. How do they handle sound? Is it just passed through, or do you just connect the audio outputs of whatever you're using directly to the TV? 7. The next TV I get will probably be one of the Sony V-series ones. Those are their highest range of LCD TVs (not including the millionaire-priced Qualia range, which come in sizes too big for me). Assuming the panel on this model is the same as the one from the lower range version (S-series), should I just buy the cheaper version? My thinking is that the scaler would give me any picture enhancement features anyway? 8. For analog video, what is "oversampling" and how does it give better results? 9. Lastly, it'll be quite a while off until I can actually afford this (I'm buying a new TV first). Will the current range be outdated any time soon - should I be waiting for HDMI-equipped models? They all seem to be DVI at the moment. Thanks for helping out!