Just when I think I figured it out, I find another way to get confused. A long time ago, someone pointed out this site with this page and while thinking a non anamorphic image on a 16x9 set will have a 4x3 letterboxed image on the screen with black or grey bars on the sides as well as black bars at the top just like the page has it. I am wondering what TV mode (4x3, full, just, zoom) will display this image and if it will change when you change the mode. http://www.thedigitalbits.com/articl...516x9tvlbx.jpg For this image, is this using the full mode or 4x3 mode? I think I understand it as using a 4x3 mode. what will hapen to it using full mode? I understand it as stretching it horizontally only and it looking very, very wide. Is this correct? Also, will viewing a non-anamorphic disc in zoom mode allow you to get the propper picture on the screen while preserving the aspect ratio? What is the "JUST" setting? Also, what happens when a DVD player scales? When you have a player that scales, can you leave the TV in full mode? Thanks!