I've got a Panasonic TH37PV70F Plasma to which I want to attach a BD player. Given that the kids might like to play games as well (the kids are pretty young) and that we want to watch SD DVD's, I have been eyeing the PS3 as combi BD/DVD/Game machine. Currently, I am using a Panasonic S325 DVD player which does no upscaling but which can produce 576p. The plasma is capable of upscaling that to its native resolution very well. In other words: we have a very good SD DVD picture. The TH37PV70F can handle 1080p signals which it then downscales to its native 1024x720 reslution. If I were to use a PS3 as BD player. BD would go as 1080p to the plasma. No upscaling required, this is th enative signal. If I were to use the PS3 as DVD-player, it looks from the manual that SD DVD would be upscaled by the PS3 from 576p (on disc) to 1080p before being downscaled by the plasma to 1024x720. I rather would skip this upscaling route and output the DVD-signal in its native resolution. Is this possible as a setup in the PS3? Can I tell it to output the BD/DVD signal in its native resolution (no scaling) so I can let the external apparatus handle everything? Or alternatively, can I tell it to do BD as 1080p and SD DVD as 576p? I would like to minimize the number of scaling operations between disc and screen.