My girlfriend and I have a 30" 4:3 TV. Widescreen movies look pretty tiny on it. But I always insist on OAR, and I've tried over the months to explain it to her, but still I would be faced with complaints about the black bars. Well, a few days ago we were at Hollywood Video and she picked out "Death to Smoochy". I put it in the machine for her, started the movie up, and walked away to do something else. After a few minutes she calls me over. "Shouldn't this be in widescreen?" Sure enough, the image is fullscreen. "Do you want to watch it anyway?" I ask her. "No, I want the widescreen. It makes me feel like I'm watching a real movie at home and not just TV". HALLELUJAH! HALLELUJAH! Now here's the downside of this story: I take it back to Hollywood. The case says "Widescreen Edition" but it clearly says "Standard" on the disc. The clerk tries to tell me I need to adjust my set. Umm.... no, lady. I've had my DVD player for 2 years, I know I don't need to adjust my set. I ask her if I can get another copy. She pulls three more copies off the shelf... all the same thing!! "Widescreen" on the case, fullscreen disc inside!! How can they get away with this?