I am interested in the new Samsung flat screen HDTV sets. One is a 30" 16:9 model and the other is a 32" 4:3 model. They are both $1200 with free shipping at circuit City. i want to get real numbers for the screen dimensions of the two sets both normal and with letterboxing. I asked the following questions on another thread but they haven't been answered yet andI thought they deseved a thread of their own... "Does anybody remember high school geometry? I don't. I'm interested in the real dimensions (height and width)of the two screens both naturally and when viewing material that must be letterboxed-- I remember that A squared, plus B squared, equals C squared, but after that I'm stuck. Here are a few dimension related questions which some of you scientific/mathematical types will no doubt find a piece of cake to calculate: 1. What is the viewable screen dimension (height and width) of the 30" 16:9 Samsung. 2. What is the viewable screen dimension (ht and width) of the 32" 4:3 ratio Samsung. 3. What is the screen dimension of a 1.85:1 letterboxed movie on a 32" 4:3 tv. 4. What is the screen dimension of a 4:3 letterboxed program on a 30" 16:9 tv. 5. What do you think is the maximumum comfortable viewing distance for each tv? 6. In terms of real estate lost which is the best value assuming that you will be spending equal time watching DVDs and non widescreen programs?" Thanks in advance.