Hi! My parents just bought a new Toshiba 62" DLP HDTV. We hooked it up to a new Toshiba DVD player with progressive scan via a single HDMI to HDMI cable. I'm assuming from everything I've read this is the way to get the best possible picture? But I'm really not happy with the picture. Viewing from 8 feet and closer, I see little "digital artifacts" around all the lettering in text and around images in CG and the like (similar to a really compressed image on the internet). I tested it with 'Finding Nemo' and a few other film DVDs, and on each I saw this problem throughout. It doesn't have the clean, crisp, solid jump-out-of-the-screen picture I've seen elsewhere. I've used 'Video Essentials' to calibrate the television set. I've also calibrated the DVD player to use progressive (rather than interlaced) and set it in 1080i. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, because at the moment I'm almost thinking my dad would be better off with a standard def big screen. Thanks!!