I have just recently purchased a Toshiba rear projection TV 40PW03B. I seem to have a pinkish hue, shall we say on the right side of the screen. Now on colour pictures it is almost unnoticeable but on a black and white transmission, its unmistakeable, almost a pastel shade. God I sound like an interior designer, I'll be on Changing Rooms next! The first thing I've thought of was magnetic staining from my nearby Wharfedale Valdus 400 floorstanders, at least 12-15" away from the set. But! The other side of the screen is fine and the TV seemed this way out of the box. I've always been very careful not to move speakers when the set is switched on. I also have a Paradigm CC-350 centre speaker on top of the set but to my knowledge it is very well shielded. I had the same speakers the same distance away from my Philips 32" CRT Widescreen set for nearly three years and suffered no problems. Also if it were stained due to magnetic fields, I would expect to see maybe some other colours of the rainbow other than a pale pink! Any ideas? I also just see the same model in a John Lewis in the West End. It seemed to be suffering from the same problem even more so. With the pinkish colour on both sides! Also riddle me this, 1:85:1 NTSC Laserdisc's do not fill the entire screen (as they did on my old widescreen) but PAL 1:85:1 disc's do? I blew the dust off of my Pioneer CLD-515 manual and it said that NTSC letterbox pictures would not always fill the screen due to the NTSC-PAL conversion? Well my old Philips set only accepted PAL and NTSC 4.43. The Toshiba accepts raw NTSC 3.58 as well, so what is it converting? Its just a tad annoying when you go for a larger screen and you black bars even on 1:85:1! DVD's are unaffected by this by the way??? Is this because of the RGB or S-Video input I use for DVD or what?