Are plasma screens free of all the geometry and colour alignment problems of CRT TVs? I'm thinking of things like pin-cushion distortion, bowing, linearity and so on. As they are digital I assumed they should be, apart from trivial adjustments like picture width and height. I spent more time than I care to admit with a Sony service menu and I wouldn't want that again. It's too scary - one slip and no TV Trouble is, now that I have a DVD machine with a JPEG viewer I'm tempted to try to iron out a few minor things. I'm not sure that a dealer would want to fiddle around while I got picky over his shoulder. Also, I'd probably prefer to buy online. I found some references to 'service menu' in this forum and it's worried me. I was hoping that at the prices of flat screens they would be delivered pretty near perfect for geometry, with all other stuff readily accessible to the user.