I bought a Sony 32FQ75 the other day. The only thing I am not happy with is that when I play R1 DVDs there is an issue with the quality. Now I am not a technical wiz and therefore I'm not sure if it is a TV issue or DVD player issure. I have the Pioneer DV340, which isn't a very expensive player, 210 when it came out, you can get for about 150 from Richer Sounds now. I never noticed this problem until I bought my new TV but I did go from 14inch to 32 so maybe the TV being so small was a good thing in this case. Just to describe it better if you look closely at the screen you can see diagonal lines of movement over the colours, this is most apparent with animation. I was told that R1 is 60 hz and this may be to do with the effect I am seeing. The player is connected through RGB scart. Also there is a slight halo effect which is apparent? This is also seen when watching TV but I think this is something that is noticed on bigger TVs, I noticed it in the showroom but didn't see it as much of an issue. Can this be prevented? Also the 100hz mode I am very dissapointed with - O.K the picture is steady but it is too digitised and you can see the digital horizontal scan lines. I can see myself not even using this feature. Someone mentioned on another forum it is to do with NTSC and that the TV should automatically pick up on this. Someone also mentioned that S-Video would sort this problem out- will it?. Is S-Video better than scart in general or just best for the problem I have - does it sort out this NTSC issue? I'm really annoyed because I spent a small fortune on my TV and now all my R1 discs look terrible. My scart lead is around the £20 mark so is this an issue? Would I need to buy a more expensive one? Perhaps it is best to borrow some of the leads etc off someone to see if they make a difference. If anyone knows anything about this or has seen a similar problem please let me know.