Is it me, or are all TV's and displays calibrated at the factory to have more horizontal overscan? i.e. make people look a little fatter than they should! According to AVIA and DVE calibration discs, my 42PH10 seams to be set the same, i.e. I have to decrease horizontal image size around 3 times more than the vertical image size in order to achieve a 2.5% overscan all round. In addition, the Monster/ ISF calibration disc shows a picture in picture of what I should be seeing. This PIP shows proportionally less horizontal picture information than I am seeing after calibration. So, is there some reason for this... is the plasma screen actually a 16:10 ratio rather than 16:9 (I'm not talking about pixel counts, just the physical aspect ratio of the the screen surface).