I'm really getting sick and tired of Sky's mistreatment of widescreen material: Last night just took the biscuit (what does that phrase mean anyway?). Watching High Fidelity, given a choice between Sky's favourite fullscreen 4:3 on Premier One, or a nice anamporphic 16:9 picture on Premier Widescreen which I thought would show me the true 1.85:1 picture. But no. What Sky did, is crop the 1.85:1 picture into 4:3, butchering a large proportion of the picture. But as if it wasn't enough to give viewers this standard mutilation of ratio, they then decided to take that trimmed 4:3 picture and take a bit off the top and bottom, so that they could show it on their 'widescreen' channel. So the cropped 4:3 version actually showed more picture than the widescreen version, which was missing all edges of the picture. Gits. How the hell do they justify this?