Hi all, I was watching Star Wars 5 - Empire Strikes Bac at the weekend and also a bit of The Matrix (Showing off the new TV !) both of which are filmed in 2.35:1 ratio. This automatically sets my tv (32" Sharp LCD) to 16:9 aspect ratio. The native screen resolution is 1366x768 and I have a question about upscaling pictures...... 1366 is the width of the tv in pixels. 1366 divided by 2.35 will give the height of the picture which is 581 lines. Since the DVD is encoded in normal PAL 576, could you say that the picture is near pixel for pixel matching ? And if so, would there be a need to upscale a picture format of 2.35:1 (Either comnputer DVD player) on a TV with my resolution ? Ofcourse for pictures with true 16:9 ratio or thereabouts upscaling will help, but 2.35:1 films wont need to be upscaled to 720p or 1080i as the max height (In 16:9 format) is 581 lines. I could obtain full screen by setting it to Cinema 16:9 but this chops off the edges. Am I correct in thinking this or am i completely way off ? Is this the correct forum to post this on ? Thanks, Richie.