Everyone goes to great lengths to stress the importance of not doing extended watching in 4:3 in order not to 'burn' the screen. But what do you do about widescreen material (i.e 2:1 and 2.35:1) Even though its anamorphic, there are still going to be black bars top and bottom if you watch it in the correct ratio. What do people do about this? Do you just watch it as it was intended (With black bars) and forget about screen burn, or do you put it in a 'zoom' mode and put up with everything being tall and skinny? I guess its wise to be cautious about this, but is it possible to be too cautious?