I have a miniDV camcorder (Sony PC-330E). I usually do all my recordings in 4:3 mode. But I have done a complete miniDV tape in 16:9 mode (by the way, the PQ is also great). I copied it to Pioneer DVR-5100 recorder, using firewire, with no problems. I played it from the HDD and it was perfect and indeed it changed automatically the settings of my TV to Widescreen. When I went to add it to a new "copy list", I was unable to do it. The message was "Could not edit". The only way to add it to the "copy list" was changing the "Frame accurate" setting to YES. As you all know, generally this will not allow you to use HSC (High Speed Copy) when burning to DVD-R (it allows you if you record to DVD-RW in VR mode). But, shouldn't I be able to edit 16:9 content with "Frame accurate" set to NO and then use HSC to dub 16:9 material to DVD-R ? I know, at least I think I know, that the 16:9 flag will not be set in DVD-R Video mode, but it would be always OK if played in a 16:9 TV set, and not ok if played in a 4:3 TV set. Hope someone can help me understand this. PS: At the end I copied to DVD-R using Real Time Copy (in FINE mode). The PQ is still great, but it took, of course, 1 hour to finish. Thanks, in advance. Best regards.