Right guys, Ive spent the last two days setting up my Tosh. Took absolutely ages, was up until 3:30 yesterday morning, had to be up for work at 6, was up until 2:00 this morning, and had to be up again at 6. I had to wire up my existing Denon 3802 amp, as I rewired all the speaker cables (plastered in wall) I went the 7:1 root with the KEF Eggs, so have 14 cables x 2 ends - 28 pieces of cable to strip (speaker and amp side) it took frigging ages!! Anyway, it was all worth it in the end, as i'm totally blown away with the picture quality! Even the telewest feed is fantastic. I watched Spiderman 1 last night on Sky Movies, and it looked terrific. I was really worried about how the Tosh would display the Digital Decoder reception of Telewest- as I had seen the poor quality feed in Comet which looked dreadful but it looks brilliant! Also, regarding the blurring issue on Gladiator, i've discovered something which is quite strange but it might help other Tosh owners! I was originally running DVD via scart 3 on the first night- whilst i was waiting for the HDMI cable (QED) to arrive, as i did not get one with the tv? Anyway, i didnt notice any blurring on 3:16 of Gladiator - thought i was one of the lucky ones! Then, when i read the TV instructions that night, it said scarts 1 & 2 are RGB, and that 3 is S Video, and that DVD or Digital Decoder should be connected to scarts 1 or 2. Anyway, i reconnected the dvd to scart 1 as per the manual, but then noticed the dreaded 3:16 blurring problem although it was nowhere near as bad as it looked in-store. Then the HDMI cable arrived yesterday, so re-connected up via HDMI - but the blurring was still there at 3:16. Anyway, i've been sitting on the floor to watch the tv as our new suite doesn't come until today - and was just thinking about trying it linked via scart 3 again - as that seemed to get rid of the blurring and thought this was the answer to curing it as this is the only thing that I had changed since the blurring started. Whilst I was thinking about reconnecting to Scart 3, I was in a type of standing/squatting position, and i let the film roll on from 3:00. I looked at the tv around 3:16 and noticed that the picture was totally different - no blurring at all!. The picture normally looks like he's got a mask on yeah, his face looks blocky, and it looks like hes got leprosy hes face looks like its falling apart! But this was not like that at all anymore, it was displaying exactly the same as it did on my Tosh 28" i.e., normal slight blur due to the speed of the pan whilst close filming of his face - but not the masked/blocky/picture corrupted look! What settings did i change? None! Didn't even get around to changing the scart socket or hdmi connections - one minute it was there - the next it was cured. I then suddenly realised what it was the seating position! I proved this by sitting on the floor again and watching it which started the blurring masked blocky problem again and then I raised myself up to the position I was in when it disappeared - and it disappeared again! If you imagine raising yourself to a height where your chin would rest just on top of the TV if you were next to it, then this is the position that I found it disappears. Also, the picture blurring was really bad in Comet - but guess what - this makes sense as they had it on a plinth which was at a high angle!!! Although it might not be practical to sit that high up, depending on the height of the suite when it arrives, i think my head will be in line with the top frame of the TV. Strange ah! Ive also got the following question: Ive got the Denon 2910 player, its new so am not familiar with the settings yet but it has two HDMI output settings one is HDMI RGB, the other is something like HDMI cy b r? Something like that. If I have HDMI RGB selected, the blacks of the TV, especially around Maximus chin in Gladiator, in the early stages just after he walks through the field, and just before he looks at the Robin and the sky, the picture looks really dark, and the shadowy areas around his chin have a green tint to them. But, if I select the other setting HDMI cy b r or whatever it is the picture is bright, colourfull, and absolutely fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!! What is the difference between these two settings? The instruction booklet is thicker than the Bible, but is pretty useless and doesnt tell you which one should be selected or the differences between each one. Any ideans anybody? Also, I notice little difference between 720p/1080i, should it be noticeable?