Hi Guys, I have a question to ask. I just recently learned about Super 35 film, and I realized that it is NOT pan & scan, but full screen. Then when the movies are shown in theaters, they are shown matted, but werent meant to be. For example: Aliens, Titanic, Independence Day, The Abyss, Terminater 2, were all shot in Super 35. I have heard that James Cameron actually PERFERS these movies in FULL SCREEN because that's the way that they were filmed. A full screen movie like Titanic shown in 2.35:1 could actually mean that we are missing out on a whole lot of picture. Please forgive me if I am mistaken, but I have seen pictures of how much picture we are REALLY missing out on, and on Super 35 movies (Like Titanic) we are missing out on a LOT of important picture information. In the pictures that I have seen, there is no information extra on the sides (left and right) like a real widescreen movie would show...it's basically a full screen image with huge black bars on the top and bottom covering important stuff. So, could FULL screen be the only way to go on these movies, or do the widescreen ones offer something that the Full Screen ones don't? Please, if anyone even understood what I was saying, please correct me if I am wrong in any of my thinking.