Hi all, I have a new pioneer 43" screen and sky+. I was disappointed to see some traces of screen burn after pausing the screen for only 30 minutes. (sky+ puts a big static green pause logo on the bottom left corner of the screen). Whilst the image retention was not visable for normal viewing, it was visible on backgrounds that were white or very bright. I contacted Pioneer and they offered some advice: Do allow some time to run your screen in useing the 'Game' setting. Aparently, the media box records the amount of hours the screen is in use and then adjusts the video feed over time. After using this setting for a few months the screen should be extremely resistant to screen burn. Now, this is all well and good but what about people who have some screen burn? Well, the Pioneer engineer advised that the screen burn should decrease with normal viewing...it has on my screen but now I know where the burn is I find myself trying to find it and it is still viewable on white backgrounds. The next piece of advice he offered me is to find a video source with a pure white screen and pause it (using a dvd with no on-screen pause logo!). This should even out any pixels that have some retention. Well, I put a white screen on for about 30 minutes lastnight and the image retention has almost disappeared. If it was not pointed out to anyone, they would not be able to see it and I am now confident that the screen will fully recover given some time. From now on, I will not use the pause function on sky+ (I will record the program instead). I did contact sky to see if the on-screen pause logo can be removed but it cannot. They were completely useless and could not offer any solution. Hopefully the new HD box will be plasma friendly? Hope this info is helpful. Cheers. Phil.