It is quite apparent on my 36ZP18 Toshiba that when viewing an NTSC signal or pal signal and selecting "Cinema" setting I.E. when vertical stretching occurs, that there is a loss of resolution and this is visually apparent- you can just about detect the lines horizontally when they have been stretched apart. You probably know this already. My question is WHY IS IT NOT THE SAME FOR ANAMORPHIC HORIZONTAL STRETCHING OF THE PICTURE? I can't detect any loss of resolution in the vertical lines and no gaps appear. Some people say there is "HIDDEN" vertical information that fills in the spaces when you stretch anamorphically.Some say this is false. WHAT IS THE TRUTH?