Been looking into overscan threads on the forums and found one which mentioned a scene in Star Wars Episode 2 (5m.57s - 6m.01s) where there is a girl with a blue face on the left hand edge and the poster asked "how much of her face do you see, all or half"? Well on my new 6517 I see hardly any at all, she is almost completely off the screen. There is also a guy on the right with the eye patch who is mostly on screen. I think my picture is pushed to the left slightly anyway (not an RGB issue as I get same picture with DVD player set to composite) and I guess if it was properly centred I might end up with half a blue girl and half a man with eye-patch which I suppose might be the "going rate" for overscan. Incidentally, both these people are clearly visible if I watch the DVD on my pc. Would it be reasonable to claim the set is 'faulty' and try and get and engineer to come and shift picture to the right and maybe even reduce overscan? Or would it just be considered within tolerance? I am going to test with another DVD player sometime as I am aware that they are capable of cropping the picture but I have noticed that if I flick through the different aspect modes on the TV, as I change between 2 of them (can't remember which 2) the blue girl is visible for a split second, which indicates that the picture is there to be seen I suppose. Any advice gratefully received.