OK, I *guess* this would go in this forum. It's less of a question about a specific product and more a general curiosity that maybe someone in here with experience in working in video can answer. Here goes. Why is the comb filter in my Sony LCD WEGA TV better than the ones that most broadcasters seem to have? All too often, I've watched TV shows that have been sourced from NTSC Composite masters, through my Freeview decoder (connected of course through RGB SCART). It doesn't irritate me, but I'm just really curious as to why I can still see a lot of visible dot crawl. The same goes for a lot of DVDs of American TV shows also taken from NTSC Composite, bought from both Regions 1 and 2 (The Simpsons is an example). My DVD player is connected through Component. Now when I connect the DVD player playing a DVD like the Simpsons box sets over the Composite video connection (Yellow RCA), the comb filter on my LCD WEGA does a much better job. Not only does it obliterate close to all of the dot crawl being added by using this connection method, but it removes most of what's present on the MPEG-2 file on the disc as well. Again it doesn't bother me but I'm curious, surely this shouldn't be right? I'm certain the LCD WEGA has a shockingly good comb filter in it, but shouldn't the studio equipment be better? Or is all of their equipment just a little more out of date? Wondering if any tech-heads can clear this up for me! Thanks!