Something tells me I should be able to figure this one out, but I'm stumped by my newness to RPTV land. I've read previous threads about burn in problems when contrast settings for RPTVs are set too high. I've taken that to heart and adjusted my set to where I've got an acceptable picture without pushing the contrast level past the "37" mark. Here's the twist: My Toshiba 4700 player allows me to store up to three picture settings by changing the brightness, contrast, etc. output levels of the player. I was wondering what kind of effect this would have on the issue of burn in. If I raise the contrast level of the DVD output, does that still contribute to the problem of burn in on my 42H81? In other words, does it override the set's levels and eventually cause burn in? It strikes me that I should be able to lower my set's contrast level and compensate by raising the player's level, but I just don't know if that's harmful. With my luck, it's probably too good to be true! Any thoughts on this?