Tell me if I'm correct. An anamorphic lens goes on the lense of a projector and stretches the image in width. This way, you can set the projector to project a squished 4:3 image (using all the projector's avaliable pixels) and then stretch it into the proper 16:9 format using the lense. This will give you a better picture quality over standard 16:9 format because in 16:9 format not all pixels are being used in displaying the image. Is this correct? I remember having a professor who was talking about this, but I don't remember much. I haven't read much discussion about animorphic lenses in the forum either. Are these only used on high end home theater setups? What do these things cost? I know I found a website selling anamorphic lenses, but the costs were enormous (20 grand US to something like 80 grand US), so I assume those must be professional grade lenses. If my goofy prof can have a lense on his projector then I assume they must be more affordable that that. Are they even worthwhile? Thanks, Jonny K.