Has any one out there succesuflly adjusted the overscan on a panasonic viera plasma. I know you can do it via the vga port input for pc's but I need to do it for the compont input for the dvd player. I can get into the service mode. once you are in, you have to go through all the options untill you get to the end and then change the channel to 99. once there, you press hold on the remote and service 2 comes up. once in service 2 you can scroll troughh the options untill you get to the v-amp and h-amp adjustments. The only problem is that the v-amp and h-amp adjustments just seem to move the whole picture up or down or side to side exactly like the v-postion and h-postion options also you can not seem to change the channel in this mode so you are trying to adjust things with a picture of static snowy imagery . I must be doing something wrong. surly there is a way to bring the sides of the picture in a bit. The overscan its self is just past the 5% lines on the digital video essentials dvd test pattern for oversan and sharpness.The overscan is on the left and right side of the picture. top and bottom seem to be ok. This is the only thing that is bugging me about my new purchase. Infact its bugging me more that I cant find a way to fix it than the actuall problem its self. I know all plasmas and crts over scan and I know that broadcasters are aware of this and frame thier pictures to allow for it. Movies on the other hand do seem to be affected by this. I was watching a film last night and the first lettter of someones name was missing of the screen in the credits. Not a problem in its self but it does then remind me that there is a problem with the overscan. I dont want to send the thing back just because of this.Apart from this minor problem I am well pleased. Wolud the purchase of a scaler help? Some one out there in the vastness of av land must know what to do. Please for the sacke of my sainaty, HELP. Many thanks to anyone that can put me right. Dave.