I am still relatively new to all the permutations and combinations as far as video stuff goes. Anyway, I accidentally calibrated my new HDTV-ready set with the 480i output from my player. Then I went back with 480p. The settings definitely were not the same. And even on top of that, I got into the service menus, and some of the stuff changed there too. (Horiz overscan, and horiz position, for example.) Is this normal? So if I get different "best" settings for say the s-video input vs component 480i vs component 480p, how do I calibrate for "std" analog broadcast material? I think I saw a thread not too long ago asking about an Avia equivalent for VHS. (I'm going to go search now...) But I'd be curious as to others' feedback too... I have to keep asking this stupid question though too: I can leave the player in progressive mode all the time, right? And because the TV I have, has a 16:9 squeeze mode (Tosh 32HFX72), I can also set the player to 16:9 mode too. But what happens if I play 4:3 material on a DVD? Does it still fill the whole screen? Or because it squeezes the vertical size to get the proper aspect ratio for 16:9, then it will add vertical bars on the L & R for a 4:3 picture, so I will end up with a small 4:3 picture? (I obviously haven't tried it yet. Just got the component cables this week, and am mostly done with calibrating it.) THANK YOU!