Am I right in noting that the 3910 seems to require the user to always manually adjust 4:3 vs. widescreen images? I have my Denon set up in progressive and 16:9 TV, just as was the case with my old player. But as to the aspect ratios of the source material, my old (relatively inexpensive) DVD player output signal, and my HDTV would auto detect if it was 4:3 content or 16:9 content. That way, when I watched the Simpsons for example, Homer looked appropriately fat, because the DVD player output video in its appropriate aspect ratio by default. Of course, if I wanted to stretch the 4:3 image to fill up the screen in some way, the TV offers several options, but by default, 4:3 stays 4:3, and 16:9 stays 16:9. The Denon doesn't appear to allow that, if I understand it - it spits all content out at either 16:9 or 4:3 via the "squeeze mode" either being on or off. If I leave squeeze off, my widescreen material is fine, but 4:3 content is stretched to 16:9. If I turn squeeze on, 4:3 looks great, but it squeezes all 16:9 content to 4:3. The HDTV, naturally, sees it as the Denon outputs it and keeps it that way. So unless I manually change the squeeze settings with every disk I put in the 3910, my choices are: poor Homer ends up even fatter than he was (squeeze off), or my widescreen images get squished (squeeze on). Now, finally the question: Is there any way to set up the Denon 3910 to output 4:3 content "squeezed" so that it is actually displayed in 4:3 - but leave 16:9 content alone? I have a hard time believing such a feature would be left out, since cheaper players can do it, but I've not found such an option in the manual or by experimentation.