I have a 32" wega kv-32fv310. It has something called 16:9 enhanced mode. I haven't been able to find much detailed information on this and am wondering what it really does. When I enabled it, it seems to compress the image or the scan lines to get better resolution. Although it doesn't seem to accomplish mush other that reducing the picture size. In the manuel it states that it provides enhanced picture resolution for widescreen sources such as dvd. Would a progressive scan player be able to utilise this feature without reducing the size of the picture? If anyone can shed some light on what this feature is actually for I would be grateful. Thanks.