I have a Philips 32PW9308 TV and would like to reduce the outrageous amount of overscan. I'm only interested in fixing the 'widescreen' picture format. That's the picture format that is used when viewing anamorphic video. I don't care that much about the other picture formats (4:3 or 16:9, where the latter is used for non-anamorphic video). I had a look at the service menu to see what relevant options are being offered. It offers 4 different display modes which can be adjusted. It is especially unclear to me when GEO-NOR, GEO-SW and GEO-100Hz are applicable. (1) GEO-NOR : V-slope V-shift V-amplitude => When this mode is selected anamorphic video is displayed exactly as the picture I normally get when viewing anamorphic video in 'widescreen' picture format. (2) GEO-4:3 : I won't be needing this one, I only require adjustment of 'widescreen' picture format. (3) GEO-SW : V S-correction H amplitude East/West parabola => When this mode is selected anomorphic video is displayed DIFFERENTLY than the picture I normally get when viewing anamorphic video in 'widescreen' picture format. So, it looks to me this is NOT a mode that needs changing ? (4) GEO-100Hz : Vslope => When this mode is selected anamorphic video is displayed exactly as the picture I normally get when viewing anamorphic video in 'widescreen' picture format. To summarize... Which of the the above settings should be changed to reduce overscan in 'widescreen' picture format ? If I make an horizontal change (e.g. make the horizontal size of the picture smaller and thus effectively reducing overscan) should I also compensate for it by modifying the vertical settings (i.e. reduce the vertical settings with the same percentageas I did with the horizontal settings ?) ? And finally, I also noticed when using the THX test screen that the image is horizontally off center. It is possible to center the image horizontally by using any of the above options ? Any information you can provide me with is VERY VERY much appreciated. Thanks.