Can anyone out there explain to me what exactly the benefits are of displaying 2:35:1 anamorphic material (i.e. the majority of available material) on the 16:9 mode on a projector (not Sony 10HT). If I select 4:3 letterbox mode on my dvd player, as opposed to 16:9, I receive exactly the same image but without the second set of bars above and below the picture (due to the nature of my LCD projector these bars are greyer than the projectors standard 16:9 format bars and thus very distracting). Am I losing any resolution in this process? I've checked in detail and can only notice a very slight blurring on the edge of the picture.