Why are there no decent PAL progressive DVD players on the market? If it's NTSC region 1 you want. There is loads of choice, just look at the Secrets Progressive Scan shootout, it's in it's third year now. From what I can see, there are only 2 DVDs that are PAL progressive off the self. Arcam FMJ-27 £1300 Arcam DiVA 88+/89 £800 There are a couple of others that can be PAL prog enabled!? Philips 963SA Nad T562 Harmen Karden DVD25 Denon 2900 But nothing seems to quite fit the bill. I want a DVD player that is free of the Chroma Bug. I want a DVD player that has selectable audio delay I want a DVD player that can squeeze 4:3 material because my silly old plasma can't display 4:3 in progressive mode!!!!! None of the above quite fits the bill. I would buy an iScan Ultra but that doesn't except an input of RGB signals!!! When are the electronics companies going to get their act together? I liked the look of the Denon 2900, but the Secrets review on the Denon 3800 poured water on the way the Denon handles Chroma upsampling, said it was not a very good solution! I've got 42" Plasma panel and I just want to feed it a decent DVD signal. I've got £1000, I'm waiting to spend. Why, oh, why can't I find a product to suit my requirements? Is it too much to ask?