I ordered a Toshiba SD330ESB because I wanted a player with component outputs which I could connect to my Iscan Pro deinterlacer and from there to the component inputs on my new rear-pro Toshiba TV. Due to delivery delays on the TV it was several weeks later before I could test this setup. The DVD player works fine when connected directly to the TV, however when connected via composite, S-Video or Component to the Iscan the end result is the top few lines of picture get shifted slightly to the left/right. (Is this called "tearing"?) My old DVD player connected via S-Video does not have this problem, so I do not believe it is a problem with the TV, cables or Iscan. I think it's a bit late now to return the DVD player - it certainly can't be resold as new. Also, the fact that it works perfectly when connected directly to the TV means it may be difficult to persuade anyone that it's faulty. What do I do? Just write off the player and next time buy one from a local shop who will let me test it first?