By way of explanation: There are some video games that, when they appeared in arcades, utilized a "tall" screen (3:4 instead of 4:3, basically). When such games are brought home on consoles, the playfield is typically windowboxed (like a 4:3 picture is on a 16:9 set), with black boxes on the left and right. However, one such game (Ikaruga) is soon to be released on the GameCube, and it will have a "feature" that will allow the user to turn their TV on its side to get the full, "tall" playfield to fill the screen. I want to inquire with you experts on whether or not this practice could be potentially damaging to users' TVs. Obviously it's not a big deal with a dinky 13", but assuming I could turn my 176-pound Sony KV32FV on its side unharmed, would it be wise to do so? If not, why not? What's the largest set that (most likely) wouldn't get damaged by being used in this fashion? Or would you not advise that this be done with any set? Thanks for your advice.