I just set up my hk335 this afternoon and have been playing around with the lip sync delay. Given my occupation, (check my user id) I'm rather sensitive to that issue. The maximum delay on the 335 is 80ms. I've only played with one dvd so far, but a 16ms delay appears to achieve perfect sync. This is with a Samsung HLN437W1 connected to a Samsung 941 via the dvi input. I would think that 80ms is more than enough to correct for any video delay introduced by a display's processing. I suspect there are dvds that have lip sync problems that are independent of the display though. I've seen this on a couple of rentals like "Sky Captain" where there were a few individual scenes that were waaaay out of sync. To my eye it appeared that that those instances were around 7, maybe as much as 10 frames out of sync or almost 1/3rd of a second. However, on the next scene, sync was good. I know a feature film wouldn't have been released in that state (even if the scene was looped) so I can only assume it's a problem with the dvd. Sorry I can't help you on the differences between the 430 and 435.