I've been playing around with screen formats on my Sony KV32FX66, specifically on DVDs. With anamorphic DVDs, the TV automatically correctly switches to "Wide" mode so that 16:9 movies fill the screen properly and 2.35:1 movies fill the width correctly (I'm losing just a touch of image off the left, so need to change the horizontal position and/or size in the service menus). However, I get a problem with either a non-anamorphic 16:9 DVD or a show broadcast in 16:9. I zoom the image to fill the screen (as I don't like the distorted look of the "Smart" mode), but in 14:9 mode the remaining black areas are thinner at the top & bottom than at the sides. This suggests a narrower apsect ratio than my 16:9 screen When I then go to 16:9 mode, it zooms too far, so that I lose a small part of the image on all 4 sides. However, because the shape doesn't seem to be the same ratio as the screen, I lose more off the top & bottom than I do on the sides. I don't get this, especially since the widescreen mode many DVDs come in as actually 1.85:1 which is slightly wider than 16:9 (1.78:1), so when in 14:9 mode, the black lines left on the sides should be narrower than on the top and bottom with a 1.85:1 image. Is my set processing 16:9 images wrong? Can I change how much the 16:9 mode zooms in (or the shape of the zoom) so that I don't lose any of a 16:9 image?