I recently bought a Panasonic AE-300 and have clocked up 55 hours so far! I am very pleased with my purchase - it seems to really show up the poor discs among the excellent discs out there! However after reading many posts regarding Progressive Scan via the Component Inputs in particular, will I really be bowled over if I invest in a new DVD player with this capability? I currently have a Sony DVPNS-705 and watch via the RGB scart to the projector. Can DVD's such as RoadTrip, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Charlie's Angels, look any better than they currently do? Notably, the quality on Ferris Bueller's Day Off is simply stunning especially considering its an 80's film - the detail retrieved seems superb - you can even read the labelling on the black answering machine during one particular scene (readers who know the film well will know what I mean) - such detail I didn't expect to see visble on a projected image. Any advice appreciated, the AE300 is the first projector I have ever owned and so far I am more than happy (apart from maybe a rather vague green looking basketball shaped spot visible only on completlely dark scenes).. Therefore would the Sony 930 be a sensible upgrade? I bought the 705 originally as I use SACD alot.