I have a Sharp LC26GA4E, which displays an acceptable picture from my cheap & cheerful DVD player (Cyberhome 300S), but a pretty awful one from my Netgem I-player, despite being in a strong signal area. The most offensive effect is when some parts of the picture seem to lag behind other parts when there is even subtle/slight movement. When a person's head moves, its as though the back of the head has to catch up with the face! It's partcularly noticeable with darker umages like CSI on Channel 5. I've tried fiddling with various settings on the Sharp but I'm not really sure which ones are supposed to make a difference for this type of issue - any suggestions welcomed. The Netgem offers various output formats (via a Scart lead) component, YPrPb component, RGB, S-Video, but once again, I'm not sure whether each is really making a difference (although I have been trying to tell myself the picture somestimes seems to look better). I'm wondering whether a scaler like this would make any difference, or even putting the signal through a DVD player with a built-in scaler that can take external inputs?, as suggested somewhere here... .... Does anybody know which players do this?