I've been reading a few posts about people not being able to get images to fit correctly within the boundaries of their screens. I wondered why this was happening and then it dawned on me that the screens are 16:9 ratio whereas the film being projected is 1.85 or 2.35:1 (greate or less in some cases) The 16:9 ratio is fine for widescreen TV's since any overscan is hidden from view. But as we've seen with projectors, the image spills over the edge of the screen. I'm currently researching screens and I hope to buy later in the year but I want to make the right investment. After some searching, I found that Vutec offer a ratio of 1.85:1 in their range (also custom ratios). My question is, why aren't cinema aspect ratio screens more commonly available? It's quite obvious that the people who invest in these products are movie buffs and want to see things in the correct and best possible way. Is my logic incorrect?