I've just organized my first "slide show" of old family photos in iPhoto. Also just added a Sony external DVD burner to my eMac to burn this show to DVD to give family members. In watching the original show within iPhoto, it looks great. Now that I've just burned it to DVD using iDVD (also for the first time), I watched it on my living room TV set and am hugely disappointed. The images have less detail, they're more contrasty and the moving "Ken Burns" effects have jaggedy edges. Yuck!! I know the TV can yield better images than this so it's something at the software or burning stage. I did also play the DVD on my computer and, just like on the TV, the image quality isn't great. So, it's apparent the iDVD software "dumbs down" the quality a fair amount from how the native show appears within iPhoto. Is this the norm I have to settle for? Are they any options within iDVD or anywhere else to opt for better image quality?