Just want to see if I understand what a possible switch to a 1080i-upconverting DVD player might do for 4X3 material. I have a Mitsubishi WS48313 TV. With the HD cable box I have for watching TV, in 1080i, standard-def channels are pillair-boxed with gray bars on both sides. But with DVDs in 480p, 4X3 material like pre-widescreen era movies (and most bonus featurettes/documentaries) are stretched out horizontally in the TV's standard mode. To get the right aspect ratio for this stuff, I have to go to "narrow" mode on the TV, but then the gray bars on the sides are a lot thicker than they are for regular cable in 1080i, so there's some cropping on both sides. My question is--if I get a DVD player that upconverts to 1080i, am I right to expect that the TV will do the rest of the work in reading 4X3 DVD material in the same way as it does standard-def cable, i.e. with pillar-boxing on the sides and minimal cropping?