Since this forum seems to be a bit quiet these days I thought I'd share some information with you. In both demonstrations I've seen of a Snell and Wilcox Interpolater the sound through the Meridian audio system they were using was out of sync with the picture. At the time I put this down to the massive amount of processing that the unit must be doing to create the re-scaled image. We have been supplying Focus Enhancements Quadscans for a few months now and have never noticed any video delay caused by its processing. Then we recieved our first Vigatec GVC1280 scaler. Now, it is undoubtedly superior in picture performance to the Quadscan but it also creates a video delay. Having discussed this with Vigatec it seems that it creates a 4 frame delay due to the superior quality of its de-interlacing circuit and scaling. According to them the Faroudja scalers create a 5 frame delay. I presume the Snell and Wilcox is even worse. So if you are after an add on video processor for your projector it's worth making sure that your amplifier has the ability to delay the audio to re-synch with the picture! We use a TAG32r for just this purpose, set at 20ms delay. As an aside, I've never seen anyone mention this phenomenon on the US web site forums. Perhaps they are so critical of the picture that they don't bother with an audio system to go with it? Merry Christmas, Gordon ------------------ StereoStereo Intelligent Solutions for Intelligent Homes !