Hi all, I'm not sure if this is a DVR-942 bug/problem or just a problem with the setup of my TV, but if anyone can shed any light on this situation, that would be great. I just ordered DISH Network service and have a DVR-942 connected to my Mitsubishi WS-65857 CRT projection set. This is the first time I've tried to display HD content on the set. It has 3 component inputs, but from what I can tell, only one of them (labeled "DTV") supports 720p/1080i display. When I change the 942 to 1080i output and connect it to the DTV input, however, the screen shows only a jumbled mess. I can see the 942's menu screen coming through a bit, but it's colored strangely and is severely distorted - reminds me of a scrambled cable channel. Switching the 942's output to 720p only adds more distortion, and 480p is worst of all. I've noticed one other thing, in the configuration menus for the TV itself. The DTV output has three settings: off, RGB, and YPbPr. As far as I know, the 942 outputs YPbPr, but the strange thing is that the TV defaults to the RGB setting when I connect it to the 942, and won't let me switch to YPbPr (the option is greyed out). Does anyone have an idea of what might be happening here? It may be something trivial that the WS-65857 manual would help to straighten out, but I'm currently turning the house inside out trying to find it (and it's not freely available online). Any help anyone can give is appreciated. Thanks.