Hi, Recently got a new Sony 32" widescreen, and after watching it now for a couple of weeks (and getting a green RGB screen eventually fixed), I got a couple of more queries... Am I right in believing the likes of Eastenders/corrie, lots of BBC/ITV programs on terrestrial are broadcast in 14:9 ratio? Well, when watching these programmes, I sometimes switch the TV to 14:9 mode, to remove the black bars from top & bottom. Is it normal for the TV to actually remove a little of the actual TV image as well as the black bars when I do this? I only noticed this lastnight when I used the up/down arrows on the remote and noticed that a little bit of the image was also hidden, along with the black bars. I assumed that only the black bars would get chopped. ? Is this perhaps a case of the broadcaster not transmitting a "perfect 14:9" ratio? Also, I noticed that while watching a 2.35:1 ratio DVD (with the thicker black bars on top and bottom), that the top black bar appears ever so slightly "thicker" on the left side than on the right. I think I corrected the problem by entering the TV menu and adjusting "Picture Rotation" a notch. Is it normal for these TV's to have slightly imperfect geometry? cheers, Joe.