I have a Toshiba 51HX93. I have done the 56 point user convergace from the menu which any user can adjust. But while in there I have niticed that the crosses are not quite lined up in the left top and bottom corners. I can see green around the edges of the cross. So I entered the service menu and done a manual 56 point convergance in there using the grid which is a hell of a lot better that the crosses I might add. Don't know why the grid was not what was used for both convergance settings but anyhow. I noticed that the horizontal blue lines on the grid on the left side of the screen are wider than the white. Is this normal? Everything else looks fine but the left most two horizontal lines on the convergance grid show blue on each side of the white grid line. I have adjusted this as best i could but what can you do when the blue line is wider? The TV is only 1 week old as well. Will this possibly go away or get better after the burn in period? I have also noticed that convergance in the main menu looks a little off even though the Service menu convergance is pretty close to smack on. Is this normal? I also have had a small misforture of having a small white spec of dust ot something behind the screen protector in about the middle of the screen. The service teck is supposred to be coming out to remove it for me. Is there anything that he can screw up with my picture or geometry or anything from removing the screen and putting it back on? One other very small but a little noticeable flaw is the picture on the tv is slightly tilted so that the bottom right corner is a little lower that the bottom left. A very slight tilt but noticable none the less. Can this be corrected easily? Will this be afected after the burn in period? Thanks in advance. Zak.