I just recently took possession of my new Toshiba 57HX83, which I'm told is Toshiba's top of the line model. I love the TV, looks really good with DVD, but Satellite (and VHS...please don't laugh:b)looks, well, to be honest, like it's been stretched, even in 4:3 mode. It reminds of when you stretch an mpeg on a PC...the picture looks weird (as opposed to merely out of focus). I've been reading about AVIA and Video essentials calibration disc, but I'm getting the distinct impression that this involves actually opening up my TV, which I'm loath to do. I'm not even sure that this is the problem. I do have a service plan and am going to call them to come and look and hopefully fix, but I just want to be prepared incase this isn't the fix. I'm using Bell ExpressVue with S-video. From some of the threads I've read, this picture should be crystal clear. I'm actually a little disappointed that the TV doesn't look good out of the box.. Any thoughts? Thanks everyone.