Hi Here is a Strange One for all the more experienced AV Forum members. I purchased the Sagem 50 just before Xmas and a Pioneer 575 to go with it. I soon noticed that on progressive scan input (AV7) I got intermittent picture glitches - hard to describe but I'll have a go! The whole picture jumps to the right by one third to a whole frame, then rebuilds with a shower of digital black/white pixels. Then plays OK again. The glitch can occur twice in 30 seconds or not at all in an hour ! ! And it lasts for between .25 and 1 second This happens on all DVD's so I thought maybe the DVD player. Gave the Pioneer to my son (RGB only) and bought a Denon 3910. Within a day I see the Same Problem ! ! Arrggh. So ring Comet - an engineer visits - total bemusement - TV written off and new one duly delivered. It exhibits the same problem ! Much bigger Argghh. Then visited by the Sagen engineer who was totally bewildered and could not suggest any remedy other than send it back and try the D45 instead. Spoke to Comet and now TV number 2 is written off awaiting collection. SO now what to do? Questions - Has anyone else seen anything like this? Can I be sure it is definitely the TV? I have been told (by Sagem) that HDCP will be retro fitted to D50, and by engineers that it definitely won't so this could mean that the D50 is obsolete anyway when Sky go HiDef - anyone else any thoughts. I am now considering the D45 instead as it has HDCP, different Input set up, etc, but is this likely to have the same problem? Are there any other DLP TV's out there as good as the Sagem, similar price, and with HDCP, etc all included? I am now desparate to get this solved. I think the Sagem Picture is Great when the glitch isn't happening. Slight niggles - I can see the RGB effect when I look away, I get some banding on moving objects in the frame (particularly faces), the fans are slightly annoying - but these are very small when compared with the really great picture. Sorry this post is so long - I've read this forum for ages and always been impressed by the knowledge of the contributors. Here's hoping for some answers.