Calling all 330 owners. I can now agree with Bonzobanana that the component output from the Tosh is the best - and, I'm relieved to say, that my Loewe is capable of displaying those images in all their glory, BUT: It has taken me ages (and exchanges of Tosh and cables) to get here. And the reason appears to lie with the Tosh rather than the Loewe - unless this is a quirk which the two of them produce in combination. Perhaps other 330 owners could comment, because on RGB by SCART at least, they may be unaware that the picture could be better. The answer to my woes - and the source of the problem - was the "EPM" - enhanced picture mode control. If I boot up the Tosh with the EPM on the default "normal" I get indifferent picture quality on both component and rgb. On component I get frequent loss of signal on some DVDs, and less frequent losses on RGB. However as soon as I select any of the EPM options, the signal losses cease and the picture becomes richer and deeper and fabulously detailed. If I then return to "normal" the picture gets even better - because the standard black level gives the best results with all material whatever format you output it in. Unfortunately once I have turned the player off, turning on again sees the poor picture and signal losses return. If, however, I leave it set to any of the EPM modes, this does not happen. But they are not as good so basically I have to use this "workaround" every time I power up the tosh in order to get what is undoubtedly a fabulous component picture - even better than the stunning RGB output from my Denon ADV700. I'm thinking of asking Tosh about this as it's a feature of both the 330s I've had. But in case it really is a quirk uniquely apparent on Loewes can any 330 owners tell me if they find the picture gets better by starting out on an EPM mode and then returning to "normal"???? It happens on both component (massively obvious)and RGB SCART (noticeable).