Hi, Had no problem with picture quality on my old CRT but cursing the day I had to buy an HD LCD! I know that to get best standard def picture on an HD, I should look to reduce the size of the screen, rather than go for massive resolutions, as each SD "pixel" equates to several pixels on the screen resulting in a blocky picture when viewed up close. So, I've been grousing about the picture quality for a long time now (anyone noticed the "halo" around footballers?) and I simply put this down to being SD on an LCD *AND* the massive reduction in bandwith required to shoehorn HD signals into available frequencies. But, ... I noticed over the weekend that the picture on my embedded freeview tuner in the TV is much better than the one being fed from my Hummy (less fuzz, sharper). What gives? Is it simply because it is coming via a SCART? Should I have altered settings on the Hummy when moving from CRT to LCD. Currently set to RGB if I recall correctly. TV is a Samsung 32" - not a bargain basement buy, probably mid-range (arounf Â£360 paid over a year ago). Same scart lead as I used previously AFAIK. Any ideas? Alan..