Spent some time this weekend finally setting up my Seleco 320plus. The screen was finally installed last Friday (after months of waiting and cancelled appointments... ). The chap who was supposed to setup the projector still hasn't called (didn't turn up on Friday...) so I did it myself . With thanks to various forum members I think I've got a pretty good image. My questions are related to "safe" deflection settings. Almost all of the deflection settings are set to 50 except for three. First is the deflection linear. I have this set to just over 50 vertical but have it at 70 horizontal (I guess the screen isn't centred to the projector...). Second is the size of the image. I have an 87" screen and since 99% of my viewing is 16:9 I decided to setup as large an image as possible and use the available screen space. In order to do this the vertical setting is almost at 70. The third settings is the keystone setting which is approx 66. Will settings this high cause problems ? Or are they within safe limits ? I have read and have been told that extreme settings can impact long term quality and shorten the lifespan of the tubes. Oh yeah, is there anything that can be done about that annoying white line that appears along the extreme top of the projected image ? (above the black bar at the top of the widescreen image).