Hello, I have just bought a new Sharp Aquos LC-26GA5E television. The image is exceptional and the PC mode is like having an expensive LCD PC monitor, but there is a problem. When the background turns light grey to white, I can clearly see a vertical bar 2 inches wide from top to bottom in which the contrast is slightly different from the rest of the image. When the picture gets more dark the bar is no longer visible. The bar appears to the left side of the screen and is always on exactly the same place. I get the same result in either TV, Satellite or PC mode. With satellite and PC mode the vertical bar is more apparent because the input signal is very clear. In PC mode when I see the bar and I turn the contrast from 0 to 100 there are constrast levels where the bar blends with the background and dissapears. (If anyone has the same model he can try in PC mode opening microsoft word, maximizing the windows and closing all opened documents so that the grey background is visible. Is the colour and constrast the same across the entire screen?) Does anybody know if this is a problem with the AQUOS LC-26GA5E range in general or is the one I have faulty? I hope you can help because the Sharp support here in Greece is non existent... Thanks. hgg2005.