Hi, I think I have a nasty magnetic field in my room. I was all set to send my television back because the geometry was so bad (picture sloped from left to right and the corners looked pinched) when I accidently turned it on while moving it. Suddenly the picture became MUCH better. The geometry still isn't perfect but it is watchable now...EXCEPT I think I have another problem (also a magnetic field?). I get really bad smearing on bright (white) colours moving across a dark background. If a bright image appears on screen, it hangs around for about half a second after, producing a smearing or ghosting affect. This makes films such as Sleepy Hollow or Buffy the Vampire Slayer almost unwatchable. Sometimes at night I also get discoloration down one side of the screen of a purple colour. My set is nowhere near speakers of any kind but is near a metal frame desk. I thought it might be the contrast, but with RGB this can't be adjusted. Even in composite the only way to get rid of it is the make the picture so dark that you can't actually see it. Have I permanently damaged my set by having it within this magnetic field? Does anyone even think that there IS a magnetic field. I haven't been using it much at all as it is a bedroom set and I will soon be moving My setup is a Toshiba SD100E dvd player connected via RGB Scart (have tried composite and S-VIDEO) to a JVC 28WT5EKS television. I have tested this problem with the following DVDs. Sleepy Hollow, The Matrix, Sixth Sense, A Bugs Life, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Any help/suggestions would REALLY be appreciated. If there is a problem with the television I would rather get rid of it BEFORE I move! thanks in advance, Ryan.