I'm curious as to whether anyone out there with a widescreen TV plays their games "stretched." Or it is a shameful thing to play a game in anything less than its OAR? I ask because, well, I have to admit that I do. Let me explain . . a couple of months ago, I upgraded to a Sony Cineza VPL-HS10 projector. Native widescreen. Before I got it, I would have sworn that I never would play a game stretched. Sinful, I thought. But then I popped in a few games. . . and I had a REALLY hard time discerning whether it was 4:3 or 16:9. Like "Phantasy Star Online," for instance. I really couldn't tell. Since it was for Xbox, and my Xbox is set for WS (and most games go by the dashboard setting and won't let you change aspect ratio in-game,) I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt. I played widescreen. It looked good. But come to find out, PSO isn't widescreen after all. So the next time I played, I switched to 4:3 on the projector. To my eyes, PSO looked WORSE. And so, I gulped my pride down and re-stretched the ratio. Since, I've found that I can't really tell the difference in a lot of games. "Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven," for one. So, I'm thinking I might be doing a lot more games in widescreen. Please don't tell anyone. I think they might throw you off the forum for habits like mine. . .