I've got a Samsung Galaxy 5 Player. I was excited about getting it as it had 5-inch screen and I expected it to play videos pretty well. And when I saw the prepackaged video included with the device, I was stoked. But then it came time to transfer my videos to the Galaxy. It asked me if I wanted it to convert the videos (recommended), so I said sure and hit the button. It spent some eight hours to do it, but they eventually made it to my MicroSD card. But when I played several of the movies, I found that they were badly compressed and had compression artifacts everywhere. So I formatted the card and tried again. This time I said "NO" to the conversion question and the videos copied quickly and easily to the memory card. This time the videos were much better, but there were still video artifacts -- artifacts that were not there when played on Windows Media Player on my computer. So my question is this: What's going on?? How does one process videos so they come out crystal clear and sparkling? The format I'd used was WMV, and the videos were great on my home computer screen. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Oh, and when I connect my Galaxy via my USB connection, my computer doesn't always recognize the device. I thought this was a problem that was solved long ago on mp3 players. Many times I have to turn off the device, then turn it back on. Still, it's a hassle. Anyone else having these issues? Thanks!