Sorry I'm new at all this. Burn in: If I buy a 4:3 TV, and I only watch widescreen movies, will I get burn in on a digital TV. On my TV now I always watch movies and have not noticed a problem, but my contrast and brightness are pretty low. Squeeze: I think I know what squeeze is on 16:9 tvs. it's where they squeeze the 4:3 picture to make it 16:9 and may look a little distorted. But what is squeeze on 4:3? Is it where people watch widescreen movies but use a "squeeze" and it fills the whole picture so you don't see black bars? wouldn't the people look very skinny and tall? My DVD player is just run into the video port on my tv. When I watch a movie I don't have to adjust anything, the black bars just vary in size according to however wide the "widescreen" is. CAn't you just do this with any 4"3 tv? And why do you need a progresive scan DVD player? Why is squeeze always associated with anamorphic DVD's Sorry for so many questions. If burn in is really just a problem with Rear projection then what kind of TV do you buy that's not rear projection.