Hello All.. I am new to this forum, but I hope I can find answers here, it looks like a nice community I have recently purchased a new 32" LCD (Loewe Xelos), and I like the TV very much, but have two problems, I hope isn't normal for this model or LCD's in general. 1. When viewing bright images, I have some ugly vertical thick lines going from both top corners and down. It's not thin even lines, more looks like faint uneven strokes from a cloth. When the TV is shut off, there isn't anything visible, and the TV haven't been wiped at all. It's not THAT visible but irritates my eye quite a bit. It happens with all signals, analog, dvi, scart, harddisk recorder, memory cards etc. 2. I know LCD panels got a problem with black, and this is clearly visible watching dark movies in a dark room, but shouldn't the light (allthough bright) be somewhat even all over the screen? Right now it looks like spotlights in both top corners, with a very visible amount of light compared to the rest of the screen. I know this can happen with cheap LCD monitors (leaking backlight), but shouldn't it be more even with a TV like the Loewe Xelos? Hope someone with a LCD can share some light on my problems. Thanks in advance.