Well, I really don't know what to do. I've post this on DVD players forum, but got no response. There must be someone in here who can tell me what to do ! I have a CRT TV 16:9 from Sony, and 3 DVD players: - Onkyo DV535 - Pioneer 575 - Pioneer DVR-5100 (this is a DVD recorder). My question is: I do I calibrate my TV and DVD players in order to get the same (or closest to that) image in my TV when playing the same DVD from each of the 3 DVD players mentioned ? I can't say that there is a HUGE diference in my actual setup, but there is some. My 3 DVD players are connect to my TV through a 3 way RGB scart switch box (my TV has only one RGB scart input). They are all in the default configurations regarding picture adjustments. I have calibrated my TV using some advices / tips mentioned in some specialized magazines, wich at that time proved to improve a lot on the picture quality. Can you guys help me out ? From where do I start ? Note: I've ordered on-line the DVE (Digital Video Essentials), but not received it yet. Thanks in advance.