I recently posted asking how my TV would be progressive scan without component inputs, because it was advertised as progressive scan. Anyway, I wrote to Philips to ask them about it and this was their response: "Thank you for your recent e-mail. With regards to your query we can advise that 26PF9956/12 that (sic) the TV does not have component inputs or the ability to accept progressive scan, This tv's internal picture processing is by progressive scan. Apologies for any confusion regarding the products capability. We trust that the information provided will be of assistance and should you require further advice please do not hesitate to contact us again quoting your customer reference number 50-50157660. Kind regards, Philips Customer Care" So what does that mean, quality wise? Is this a good or a bad thing? It's all very well advertising a TV as progressive scan, but this is misleading. Have I bought a dud product, or is 'internal picture processing by progressive scan' not such a bad thing? Please help explain this to me.