I've had a Samsung WS28M64NS WS for what must be nearly 4 months now and although it has a couple of niggles, years of disappointment at the quality of WS CRT sets has resulted in me being far less scrutinising and I'm generally happy with it. However, recently I plugged my Xbox into it, set the Xbox to widescreen and loaded up media player. I was rather miffed to find that the dirs on the far right of the screen were visibly wider than those on the left - Something I'd never notice in a good 4 months of TV/DVD viewing. Now I find myself looking for this problem rather than just watching whatever's on the screen at the time, most of the time it's not especially noticeable and the fact I'm aware of it often has me thinking that maybe I'm exaggerating the problem more than the reality. So basically the issue is that if you imagine the screen being spilt with a vertical line down the middle, the left side is smaller horizontally speaking than the right - in other words the further to the right of the screen an object is placed the wider it will appear, and vice versa. I don't really know what the technical term is for this issue and I don't recall seeing it on any of the other 4 WS CRT set's that I've owned (that's not to say it wasn't there mind you). Has anyone got any advice?