Hi, I have just finished watching indy jones and the temple of doom and noticed in some scenes walls and doors frames are not straight but curve into the screen at the sides of the shot. If the camera pans across the screen the verticals follow a ( | ) patern. This is very noticible in the apartment scene when indy is examining the first half of a tablet (marker) and in the outdoor scenes walking through a walkway of pillars. I noticed a similar thing with indoor scenes in pulp fiction and poltergeist (sky digital broadcast). I then decided to try indy and pulp through my xbox connected to a 4:3 tv and even though the picture was heavily bordered I was surprised to see exactly the same distortions in exactly the same places. Other dvds do not show any distortion and the THX Optimizer's grid shows the screen to be free of geometry problems in any ratio. So my question is, has anybody else noticed such things and is this normal? It seems very odd that the exact same effect is seen in totally different set-ups. So am I right in assuming it has something to do with how the scenes are shot? Cheers for your time, Jason.