Hi guys. I'm intending getting a widescreen telly in the next few weeks, but there's something I'm not too sure about with setting Sky up. Although my new telly will be WS, I'm also going to get a video sender to send Sky to the other two tellys in the house, which are both normal 4:3 TV's. At the moment, when I set Sky to 16:9, it gives a squashed picture (tall and thin), which is understandable as I'm telling it to stretch it over the widescreen. However, it also obviously shows squashed on the other two tv's (they're also connected by RF aerial via a booster/splitter). This is my question; If I use the setting on Sky for 4:3 TV but in letter-box mode, will this have the same effect on a WS TV as the 16:9 mode? I'm just thinking it's going to be a real pain to keep having to change the settings on either Sky or the relevant TV each time I watch a new channel (I've checked and neither TV's allow different signal settings for differant channels). Thanks.