I've had my new (and first) widescreen TV set for a couple of weeks now and have had various issues with the picture. Most of them have been ironed out; however two "features" remain and I haven't been able to establish whether they are to be expected, or whether there is a problem. So, I would be grateful for views on whether the following are normal on modern TV sets: 1. Vertically scrolling end credits etc. - when these scroll on to the screen at the bottom, it looks like they are curving out of the picture, and when they move off the screen at the top, it appears as though they are curving back in again. The effect is as though they are wrapped around a drum which is being turned to move them, and you can see them moving over the apex. This may be what is happening behind the scenes, but should I be seeing it on my screen? If not, which setting in the service menu (if any) do I need to adjust to rectify this problem? 2. Screen shape - playing around in the service menu has enabled me to straighten the vertical bowing to some degree, but there does not appear to be any way to get it completely straight in all aspects. There also appears to be no way to straighten out horizontal bend. The engineer who came to look at my set said this is normal, but to me it seems silly that manufacturers make a big deal out of tube having straight edges when you can't get the picture itself similarly straight. I find it annoying to watch a 4:3 image which is distorted out of shape, even by a small amount. Am I expecting too much? Thank you for your help. Sorry to be labouring these points, but I am new to large TVs and I want to make sure that what I've bought is working as it should.