It works nice and all, but it is not intelligent enough to distinguish between various widescreen formats. For example it squeezed Dr. No (which is taller than the normal 1.85:1) to 1.85:1 thus making the picture looking squashed. Same with Goldfinger. I turned off the anamorphic squeeze on my TV and turned on the 4:3 letterbox mode on DVD player, and the picture had atleast 2 inches more on the top and the bottom. I am not a technical geek, but I can see the difference clearly. Does this problem happen in widescreen sets as well?