I hope that this is a suitable forum to air these thoughts. Apologies if not. I have been sitting watching my new set-up [Elonex Artisan, Toshiba 27WL46 and TEAC PowerMax2000] for a few days now and trying vainly to get all the picture on the screen. I am quite comfortable with the notion that programs are braodcast in different formats and have no problem when watching 'ordinary' tele switching between 4:3, 14:9, 16:9 formats, etc., with their concomitant black bars (indeed we had the Toshiba alone for several weeks before the Artisan arrived). But, now that I watch tele from the Artisan, and despite the Toshiba always having a full picture, I have noticed a large amount of 'lost' image - where has it all gone? As an example: captions on the news, sports and documentaries are not viewable or during the intro to Coronation Street we have no "Street" ! Let me muse a little - I believe that the Toshiba has a native resolution of 1280x720 (16:9) and the Artisan a default resolution of 1024x768 (4:3 or 12:9). The output from the Artisan is zoomed by 1.25 (16/12=1.25), the 1024 horizontal axis is increased to match the 1280 of the screen, but to retain the original ratio (4:3) from the Artisan the 768 vertical axis increases to 960. The 'new' 1280x960 image renders over 10% of the top and bottom of the picture outside the 1280x720 viewing area of the screen. Have I got this right? If yes. How do I resolve this issue and bring back the 'black bars'? If not. What is going on.