There have been a few posts in the past regarding how the service menu works on the Viera, however nothing definate was ever reported. So, now the set has been around for a while, are there any definate answers? Firstly, the reason I want to access the menu is that a) I have a TiVo which creates it's own RGB shift unrelated to any TV shift, and b) I dislike too much overscan. I am comfortable altering the settings as I have done so on various Panasonic CRTs, but never on a plasma. Anyway, on to my questions... 1. How is the menu accessed on the Viera? Is it the usual Panasonic method of setting bass to max, treble to min, followed by pressing index and volume minus together? From there using the coloured fastext buttons to navigate and alter settings? I believe the Viera actually has two different menues? 2. I've heard various reports on how the memory works. Some say the picture settings are stored for each aspect ratio, e.g. 4:3, 14:9 and 16:9 all have their own memory. Some others say each input, AV1 and AV2 etc., has it's own memory. I also heard some say that each signal type has it'sown memory, RGB, Component, S-Video and so on... Surely by now someone must have a definate answer? If anyone can give me any details it would be much appreciated. Of course if any retailers are not comfortable posting this info openly, then feel free to PM or email. Many thanks in advance... Andy.