I have heard many different stories and wanted to hear it from the horse's mouth - sort of speak, I very recently bought a Toshiba Widescreen Television model 32ZP46 and have a problem with the horizontal alignment, basically the picture dips to the far left, now I knew from past experience this can be a common problem with all televisions, apparently Toshibas are one of the worst? - is this true? - Anyway, I thought it could be corrected with the TV's service menu, apparently this is also not correct, you can only adjust the vertical alignment, Im told with Sony's and Philips all screen alignments are adjustable... So here's my problem, do I contact Toshiba about it, do I contact the place I bought it (Currys) or do I just lump it? If I got a replacement of the same telly would I just have the same problem again? eg, is there an alignment tolerance that dictates what is faulty and what isnt? After briefly speaking to a Currys sales advisor he said get an engineer out, now is the engineer going to look at the problem that he knows cannot be fixed before he even comes to my house, if you see what Im saying. Many many thanks for your help, Im a newbie here. Mark.