Hello, all. I'm completely baffled by something I am experiencing with my Epson 5040UB, which only has about 50 hours on it, and pretty much all of it has been with HD 1920x1080 sources. I'm attached to the Oppo UDP-203 player, which is 4K capable. And I've got it set to "source direct" as its output, i.e. it is supposed to send whatever the native resolution of the media is. (I should mention that I have also had its output set to "Auto" and am still seeing this strange issue.) But if I play a UHD disc, the playback resolution (as shown in the Info menu setting) comes up as 1920x1080. Huh? This is incredibly weird, because if I am playing any _other_ source, the Info setting claims it is 3840x2160. I know that the Epson is doing some sort of pixel trickery, and isn't actually UHD-native, but it sure seems I am getting downscaling when playing UHD media, at least, based on what the display is reading. What the heck is going on here? I have tried every conceivable setting on the Oppo to try changing the output resolution; when I make such changes, the projector does what I'd expect: it blinks black as it re-syncs. But when it comes back up, it's at 1920x1080, no matter what UHD output I believe to be selecting on the Oppo. Essentially, I'm trying to figure out if there is some sort of weird bug on the Epson, or if the display is inaccurately showing what the resolution actually is, or..? I hope someone can help out here, because I don't seem to be taking advantage of the UHD media I am throwing at it.