I get my new Tosh 42WT29B today. Just a bit concerned about screen burn, if that's the right term. Looking at a pdf of the instruction book over the weekend, it says.... If stationary images generated by TELETEXT, PROGRAMME IDENTIFICATION LOGOS, COMPUTER DISPLAYS, VIDEO GAMES, ON SCREEN MENUS, etc. are left on the TV screen for any length of time, they will become permanently ingrained. The software in this TV has been designed to reduce this effect by changing the position of the display from time to time. Also, if a digital on-screen menu is left on the screen unused it will automatically darken until it is used (the analogue menus will disappear if unused). If you use your television to display completely still images, or moving pictures which have a permanent still image superimposed e.g. broadcast network logos, it is always advisable to reduce BOTH the brightness and contrast settings. THIS DAMAGE IS EXPENSIVE TO REPAIR AND IS NOT PROTECTED BY YOUR WARRANTY AS IT IS THE RESULT OF MISUSE. I like to watch sky news and my niece spends a lot of time in my house and she loves to watch CBeebies, both of which channels have massive logos, as do most Sky or Freeview channels. So do I have to keep the contrast and brightness low all the time? I might start a ban the logo movement. Want to join?