I have just bought my first widescreen TV, a Toshiba picture frame 32 inch. Naively I thought my impressive new TV would switch back and forth automatically to give me the correct picture box as it was being transmitted. Its apparent that doesnt happen (or am I missing something) even on the auto widescreen setting. OK so Ill change it manually. Trouble is, pretty well everything but 4:3 looks distorted on the screen Wide fat people, even watching Pearl Harbour last night on Sky Box Office Superlive also fat and no, it doesnt hold the correct proportions at the centre of the image Cinema possibly no distortion, but I lose considerable amount of the top and bottom of the picture (logically this should not happen when watching a widescreen image, as the loss should be at the edges). 14:9 how the hell do I know if I am watching a 14:9 broadcast? Above all I want to watch a true image. Does this mean widescreen is largely a waste of time without a DVD (I dont)?