I recently acquired a magnificent Philips 32pw9616 with inbuilt dolby digital. I was very impressed with the picture which my Proline dvd1000 produced on it. Unfortunately that player broke a few days later. I think I wrenched the cable too hard when I was moving it to make a digital audio out connection. Rather than paying to have it repaired I bought the Sony (multi region) assuming it would give even better results.Unfortunately the picture through good quality scart cables (RGB) to scart #1 is awful. It is very stable and clear but lacks any warmth. Reds are hardly ever in evidence. I find the lack of color unwatchable. Some movies, like Atlantis region1 have brilliant blues but very little of any other color. Others, such as The World is not Enough (region 2) have little color at all. I can't make an S video conncection as neither of the scarts which would accept this are tied in with the digital co- axial for sound. The dealer says that this is a taste issue rather than a malfunction. He suggests that I could upgrade to a Tosh SD220 for an extra 50 squids but I have already spent 150 squids and I was much happier with my cheopo Woolworths player even though the sound quality is poor. Should I get my Proline fixed or shell out more dosh?