... Or, am I the only one seeing this? We got a Sony Bravia 32" two months ago, but only last month, upon moving, got cable service with HD through Cox Cable. At first the box only had the local HD channels turned on and we thought that we had to pay more to turn on ESPN, TNT, Discovery, and the 2 InHD channels, HBO, Starz, plus a couple HD music channels. It turned out that all we needed to do was call for them to turn the extra channels which were included anyway. It seems weird, but that's how it was. Because of that, I only just noticed that TNT HD is the only channel that stretches out it's non 16x9 material to the width of the screen. For commercials during HD programming, like "The Closer", or the 16X9 "L&O" re-runs, I really could care less. But for programming like older "L&O" episodes or "Charmed" which was never 16x9, it's irritating as hell and looks like crap. Why do they do this? No other channel does this. Does this bother anyone else? Just wondering.