Last week, I purchased the JVC AV-32S33 from CC. Was very happy with the picture clarity and the features of the TV, but it had one annoying problem. It could not render a straight horizontal line ... when I played a widescreen DVD, the picture wasn't square, but was oblong, with the corners bowed toward the center of the screen. This also was noticeable on cable TV when they played a widescreen commercial ... and even on the crawl tickers on the bottom of the screen on the news channels. I called CC, they said it must be a defective TV and delivered a replacement. Same thing. I went to the store to look at their display model, same problem. So I had them exchange it with the Panny CT-32D32. Well, on the Panny, the bottom half of the screen is fine, but the same thing happens on the top half of the screen. It has a great, crisp picture but it still has that bowed effect on the top of widescreen pictures. I did a lot of reading on different 32" models before making this purchase and never encountered this problem. I never noticed this on my old 25" Zenith. My question: Is this something I need to live with if I'm going to stay with a tube TV? Is it something that I'm just noticing now with the bigger picture? Did this problem exist on the 25", but the screen just wasn't big enough to where it was that noticeable?