Can't explain it, don't know why or how it happened either. I came home one night and found that I cannot watch a full screen DVD in 4:3 "normal mode" on my Sony TV (model #: KDL-32M3000 serial #: 4067674) I never altered my TV or BD player settings. Previously I had 4 different viewing modes to watch a FS DVD in, wide, zoom, full, normal, etc. "Normal" being the one that allowed me to watch a full screen DVD as 4:3 (with the "black bars" on the sides.) In fact the "normal" mode is now blacked out meaning the option can't be highlighted or selected. The manual states "normal" cannot be used for 16:9 sources, well, "Police Academy: Assignment Miami Beach" (yes I own it, stop snickering!) is a FS only DVD so the option should still be there to select. I do not have this problem watching TV programming though and can switch to whatever mode I wish but another oddity....when I previously watched a widescreen movie and finished...switching back to TV, the TV show was automatically in a wide format so I had to always adjust to normal, now it's automatically normal when I switch over. Weird no? Any ideas or suggestions on how I can return it to the way it was? The manual offers no help, I've tinkered around with the options and as far as I can remember, they're set to the settings I've had since I got the TV. I'm really perplexed here. It's annoying having to watch a full screen concert DVD (for example) blown up, even minimally to "full" mode because it does somewhat alter the picture quality.