I set up my new OPPO980H last night and I discovered something odd on this 428XD model. On the manual it said always use INPUT 1 for DECODERS, so i plugged my SKY scart to INPUT 1 (scart). Works perfect. Now thati have the HDMI DVD player. The manual again says use INPUT 1. So i enabled HDMI and configure it to INPUT 1. well, works well until I try to watch on SKY. gracious no more signal on INPUT 1 because it is already used by HDMI input 1 and INPUT 1 (scart) as it turned out can only be accessible if the HDMI is DISABLED! Now , How can you use SCART INPUT 1 and HDMI input!1? No chance as one should be set disabled. What a system eh? To correct the conflict I left my SCART INPUT1 to SKY decoder and transfered the HDMI DVD player to HDMI, input 4. Thank god it has 3 HDMI inputs which one can no longer be used if scart INPUT1 is in use. It got 3 scarts anyway and I tried scart INput 2 for the SKY works too with HDMI using INPUT1. Confused??? So am I!. Not sure if the 50 inch was the same.***One worry now for me is that the Pioneer manual giving a lot of warnings regarding BURN INs when viewing 23:1 films aspects ratio with the black strip on top and bottom. ZOOMing it sometimes not an option as clip the frame to fill up the screen. “Orbiter” a screen burn in and AFTER IMAGE safeguard was “ON” by default. Is this “prolonged viewing” word scare me? NAhhhhh…I own a SONY 32"LCD and no repeated warning of such. I still love the picture coming out from my KURO though :B :B and with the OPPO GREAT!!!