Here a partially-legal/partially-philosophical question. We all know that TV stations have implanted their logo somewhere on the screen, supposedly to make it easy to figure out which channel it is when surfing. (I don't buy that analogy 100%, but I'll let that slide for now.) I know that others on HTF have said that watching their favorite TV-recorded shows have caused burn-in. (Hi, Mark!) Personally, my daughter loves Noggin. So, we generally leave it on for her. Unfortunately, most of the times their logo is 100% opaque. There is absolutely no excuse for any station to have an embedded logo at 0% transparency on our screens. So, for those people who have burn-in due to station logos, does that not constitute damage to our personal equipment caused by actions of that station and is therefore the liability of the station? Yes, the other side of the coin is that we can change channel. But if the station has shows that we enjoy and are not available on another channel, there's no other option. We have to deal with the station logo. Some might also argue that the contract/brightness is not set appropriately. But I find the concept of diminishing the picture quality to compensate for a 0% transparency logo that doesn't need to be there to be repulsive, frankly. Just looking for thoughts on this.