Im having issues with my 36-inch direct-view Sony television. Im getting ghosting on any and all composite video inputs regardless of cable quality. I can best describe the picture as a chalk drawing that someone smeared to the right. Its tolerable but highly annoying. When I play DVDs the picture is flawless because Im running that through the component video inputs on the back of the TV. I just wanted suggestions on what I might do to resolve this issue. Ive tried $50 3-foot video cables and they have no effect. Its not just one source or one input either. I have most of the video sources connected directly to the TV instead of going through the monitor output of my receiver. All the component video signals are crystal clear and crisp. All the composite inputs are crap. I purchased an RCA to S-Video adaptor to try out next. I suspect that due to the television being High-Scan that maybe the composite connections are put through a different comb filter or line doublers of some sort? Thats my theory anyhow. The signal is being handled different at any rate ... Any service/calibration places that Ive called about this issue have been reluctant to say they can fix it. One shop even suspected I have a broken TV, yet the DVD playback is flawless. (The PlayStation2 also through component video is equally flawless.) Any ideas? Im grasping at straws here.