Right, I finally got a visit today from SAGEM engineer regarding the terrible picture I am getting via AV7 (component/progressive scan input). His immediate view was that the AV6 input was to be used for progressive scan via component leads. So, I immediately challenged him and said that was incorrect. I explained that I am using the "interlaced" AV6 input for Xbox and PS2 via dedicated Monster Xbox/PS2 cables, again I was told I had these plugged into the wrong inputs. So.....he fiddled about with it all for a bit, told me that he would be back to do a software upgrade at somestage and in the process of conversation, he managed to get a perect picture from my Denon 3910 via input AV6 and said "Voila, you had it all plugged into the wrong input". This pee'd me off slightly and I showed him the reference from the AXIUM manual, where it illustraes that AV7 is for progressive scan, and my 3910 is set up to output progressive scan as illustraed. He just told me that was wrong. So once he had left, and me being me, I unplugged all of this again, stuck it back in AV7 and typically I cannot get that picture back from AV6 or AV7, but the picture I saw today with I-Robot, was the best I have yet seen, better than the current RGB picture I am getting. So c'mon, please put me pout of my misery, who's right and who's wrong here. I am still convinced that the 3910 should be plugged into AV7. Regarding hardware upgrades for the HD-D50, he was a bit lock-lipped about this issue, but told me that SAGEM are inundated with complaints and requests for upgrades to combat the HDCP issue on the DVI port, and also said that it would take them months to get around everyone to do the upgrade. He also said that if an upgrade was made available free of charge from SAGEM , then it wouldnt be as simple as upgrading a single board. So I said, "Am happy with that, I just want to watch my movies via HDMI/DVI like I was lead to believe from the sales staff at COMET".