Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum and just posted my first message in the audio/video sources section (titled: "Will a New DVD Player Solve My Problem?") regarding some issues I am having with an analog DVD to TV hookup. I have a related question about direct-view TVs. Please forgive me if you've heard the following questions a million times before -- I'm sort of new to home video. Here's what's going on: I am currently using a Panasonic 27" flat-screen TV. At this point in time, I can't make the move to HD (for reasons explained in my other post). I am somewhat pleased with the picture quality when viewing DVDs but am considering upgrading the TV to the Sony KV-27FV310, their top-of-the-line analog TV in that size (I can't really go beyond a 27-inch at this point). I have, however, noticed that every KV-27FV310 I have seen has some geometry problems, whether it's a tilted picture, a pincushion problem, or curved vertical and horizontal lines. If I purchase this TV, can most of the geometry problems be fixed simply by having a Sony technician come out and callibrate the TV? Or would I run the risk of still having some issues even after a tech fixes the TV? I am wondering mainly because I will only get this TV (which retails at $649 -- but I can get it new for $599) if I can be confident that most of the geometry problems are indeed fixable. I will say this: the KV-27FV310 has fewer geometry problems than other Sony analog TVs that I have seen. Anyway, any feedback would be appreciated -- I'm sort of new to home video and don't know much (yet) about resolving these types of common issues. Thanks.