I have a Toshiba TW40H80 16:9 TV with a Toshiba SD-3109 DVD Player and last night when watching "Die Another Day" was bothered by how big the black bars are above and below the image. If you add them together, they may be the same vertical width of the movie image. With my components should these black bars be this large or do I need a Digital 16:9 set, also what constitutes a Digital 16:9 set, I didn't know that there is a difference. I do have my set conected to the DVD player using component cables. I'm at work right now and can't play around with any settings, but I am thinking that maybe my DVD output settings got erased when I had the DVD player disconnected about 2 months ago. I've had this same problem with other 2.35:1 movies but was completely fed up with "Die Another Day" last night. My DVD player prior to being plugged in was set for display on a 16:9 screen. So my basic question is as simple as this. Do I just need a setting change on my DVD player, or do I need a Digital 16:9 TV (or both). Thanks for any help!