I have a Samsung 1080p DLP TV (model HL-S6187W) and the 622 receiver. Using either HDMI or component, I see something bad on non-HD channels. The problem is this: non-HD satellite channels are deinterlaced wrong. The even/odd lines are inverted, displayed as odd/even. It happens everywhere, on every non-HD channel, and it is obvious with non-moving high-contrast curved shapes, like the Comedy Central logo in the corner of the screen. When displaying HD channels with the 622 putting out 1080i, everything is fine. When I set the receiver to 720p mode, or 480p or 480i and show a non-HD channel, there is no problem. The problem only happens on non-HD channels when the receiver is set to 1080i - and it happens on all of them, all the time. I'm not zooming or stretching anything with the 622 or the TV. I don't want to consign myself to 720p when some channels are in 1080. Toggling the receiver between 720p and 1080i is too much trouble and not spouse-acceptable. It's very hard to describe this to support in a way that's helpful. If somebody can tell me how to reach the right people at E* that would be great. Does anybody else see this same problem? Or, more important, does anybody NOT see it on a 1080p TV? That would give me hope that a receiver swap or software update could cure it.