Hi All I wonder if someone can help me? I have just purchased a Sagam Axium DLP rear-pro tv and its great. I am now thinking about upgrading my dvd player to make better use of the connection possibilities on the Axium. I could go with a player capable of outputting a progressive component signal which Im sure will yield better results than the RGB output from my old Sony player. However, the tv also has a DVI-D input but I know it doesnt support HDCP (Sagem told me) so what player should I buy which can have its HDCP disabled? Im also a little confused about the various resolutions the Axium manual says this about what it supports; Input signals Video signal : Native/Upscale : SDTV/EDTV (480i/480P)(576i/576P) HDTV (1080i/720P) PC signal: Native/Upscale : VGA (640x480), SVGA (800x600), XGA (1024x768), SXGA (1280x1024) Hopefully, this means something to someone out there! I have read on the forums that using a DVI input can improve the picture considerably hence my eagerness to give it a try. I know about the Samsung HD935 but these forums seem to give mixed reports on this player. Also, the Yamakawa seems ok but maybe a bit techie for me and Im also not sure that it allows you to turn off HDCP. I watch mainly region 2 DVDs but also have a few region 1 disks. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks p.s sorry if this is the wrong forum - no doubt it will be moved if I've chosen the wrong one.