Ok guys, Do you ever forget the answers to questions you once knew? I feel like a real jerk since I know this has been discussed a million times, and I know I personally once knew the answer to my own question, but alas, I am either am getting too old (I recently turned 22), or I have recently contracted J6P disease. Here's the Question: I have a Sony Wega KV27FS13 which does the so-called "squueze trick", but does not automatically recognize 16:9 DVD material. So, I set my DVD player to "16:9 TV", and I set my TV to "16:9" mode. This mean I am getting the extra 30% vertical resolution with anamorphic DVD's, right? But what about NON-anamorphic DVD's? My player and TV are still set to "16:9", and the picture seems to look OK (as in, not stretched), but am I artifically distorting the image by leaving the squeeze trick modes on? I did a quick scan of the Newbie primer and did not see a topic devoted to the squeeze trick. I would love to see this topic added, since it seems to be a source of confusion. All my reading and thinking about home theater had somehow had the negative effect that I am starting to second guess what I thought I used to know. Can someone please help me out?