SONY 12HT and PIONEER S755 AI DVD PLAYER -why is the interlaced signal better ? I'm a newbie first time PJ buyer and just got back from a demo of the 12HT and a Pioneer S755AI DVD player. During the demo we compared the PQ with a progressive signal and a interlaced signal out of the dvd player and the interlaced signal was really much better overall (blacks, contract, clarity, sharpness) This opinion was shared by everyone in the room quite categorically. The salesman said that with the DRC-MF feature on the 12HT an interlaced signal produced a better PQ on the 12HT. I'm close to finalizing my purchase of the 12HT and the Pioneer S755AI DVD player but I'm a little bothered that I need to run a relatively high end progressive DVD player in interlaced mode to get the best picture. It makes me wonder if the salesman has calibrated the 12HT properly. I have to say I am happy with the PQ but just a little concerned if the set up is optimal. Any comments or clarifications on this?