I want to purchase a high end DVD Recorder, and in addition to the obvious uses, I should like to be able to view digital photographs on my TV, that I have transferred onto DVD from my PC. I can view them currently via my 'cheapo' £50 DVD player, but the quality is extremely grainy compared with the image on my PC monitor, and larger images (in excess of 1 Mb) are slow to load. My TV is a Sony Trinitron KV-28FQ75 U (100Hz). I am homing in on the Pioneer DVR-920H, which includes in its listed Playback features "JPEG Photo Viewer". Do most decent quality modern machines handle JPEG to the standard of the Pioneer, whether or not it is mentioned in the machine features, or does the "Viewer" give greater flexibility of presentation than most? Can anyone advise me as to whether my current, rather grainy photo images are more a function of the TV than the DVD player. In other words, am I unlikely to get significantly better results via the Pioneer? Any advice would be appreciated.