I just bought a 46 inch Toshiba High Definition Projection TV, and am very excited, however, when trying out some DVD's, I noticed some pretty bad pixelation on dark colors especially, but even on bright ones, such as in the water on Finding Nemo. At night time scenes, you can see in the colors that the picture is not 100% as sharp and clear as I would have hoped for. Is this because of a setting I do not have correct, or is it mainly due to the fact that I do not have a progressive scan DVD player, or is it due to my TV being a projection TV and they tend to have pixelated colors at times. I really would love some advice on this, for I feel right now that I wasted my money. I think that maybe these colors were present before in this way, but my TV was a 32 inch, and now that it is a larger TV, it is more evident since it is bigger. Any help would be appreciated, thanks. P.S. Toshiba TV's have picture size settings, such as natural, wide 1, wide 2, wide 3 and full. I was told to put it on full for anamorphic enhanced movies, but doesnt this stretch the picture to make faces more oval rather than round?? I watched it on wide 1 and they are more round, however, the entire picture is not present. On regular cable programs, full allows me to see sportscenter scores that scroll at the bottom, however, none of the other settings allow this, so what size is ideal for cable programs and what size is ideal for dvd's??...Thanks again.