Hi everyone, I've read all the reviews & it seemed to me the Screenplay 5700 was THE one to go for. However, I've tried both the Sharp Z200 & the Screenplay 5700 at two different 7 oaks & I can safely say I preferred the Sharp. However, I would say the Screenplay had the edge on DVI, but I don't have DVI & I don't think I want to pay another £200 - £500 for a new DVD player with DVI, especially since I would have to replace it soon with an HDDVD resolution one! The Sharp on component seemed to be sharper (ha ha ) and more alive than the screenplay with better contrast. Additionally the screenplay was really suffering from the rainbow effect on Lost in Translation (the sharp didn't). Lost in Translation was a good test since some low light shots are quite noisey, like the opening shot of Scarlet Johannsen's bottum , Other shots with Bill Murray in the taxi first arriving in Tokyo are very high quality and on a good system the colours should jump out in a very life-like way. There are many dimly lit scenes which will be a good test for distinction between different dark shades. With the Screenplay When I moved my head quickly the rainbows showed up (only in Lost in Translation, especially with quick arm movements) & after about half an hour I was feeling a certain amount of eye-strain. 7 oaks in Weybridge had a high definition live satellite feed & both looked absoloutely stunning via DVI, with the screenplay very marginally better (no rainbowing here). Bu for component I think I would go for the Sharp. This just shows what good adviceall you guys give about making sure you demo before you buy. Unfortunately, it seems impossible to demo all the models we want to. This really does show how subjective pq can be on projector images from person to person i.e. are you one of those prone to rainbowing.