Could someone tell me if something is wrong with my Toshiba 36HF72. I have my dvd player set to output 16:9 signal and the tv set to compression mode. This should do the anamorphic squeeze I have read about and it seems to accomplish this to a point. The picture does indeed look great and I can tell there is a difference between the compression setting and letterbox. My question is regarding the black matting at the top and bottom of the screen. There are actually two shades. The dark black at the very top and bottom which does not change when brighness is adjusted and a dark grey portion closer to both sides of the picture. This only seems to happen in DVD's which are formatted at the 2:35:1 ratio. For example I put in Forgiven last night and noticed this. If I watch a 1.85:1 dvd I this doesn't happen. Of course the black matted portions are much smaller. Does the Toshiba only compress the the 16:9 ratio? Is this true of all 4:3 sets that do the squeeze. I have to admit to being a little confused.