I have a Panasonic PT-53WX42 HDTV and a Panasonic DVD-RP62 DVD player hooked up to it via one of the component inputs. While watching the new "Terminator 2" Extreme DVD, I noticed that when the Terminator is scanning objects (red-tinted image with miscellaneous data in white lettering), the image is cut off quite a bit, chopping the text off on both sides! When I check out the same DVD on my computer, not only is nothing cut off and all the text is visible, there is also some space between the edge of the lettering and the edges of the screen! Of course I know about overscan, but this is ridiculous. I have both service manuals and am pretty familiar with service mode (which should not be confused with "I know what I'm doing in service mode" ). Anyway, when I enter service mode and try to adjust the screen size using "HWID" and so on, it shrinks the screen and screws up the convergence, but no additional picture information is exposed at all! I have all my settings written down, so I'm not afraid to play around in service mode. No matter what I try I just can't get any more picture exposed--it's driving me nuts. I realize that I will have to have some amount of overscan in order for the convergence to be ok, but why can't I get any more of the horizontal image exposed, convergence issues aside? I'm obviously far from an expert in this arena, and would love to know what the problem is -- it's really driving me crazy. Please let me know if more information is needed to diagnose the problem. Thanks in advance!