I just bought a Sony KP-65WV700 RPTV - am receiving HD-Net from DirectTV as well as 9 local HDTV channels here in the DFW area. LOVE IT! The picture is so sharp you feel like you are there! One of the reasons I picked the Sony is that it has a memory stick input for displaying digital still photos. I do not have a Sony digital camera, I have a Kodak and a Canon, but I figured I could get it to work. Interestingly, the manual states "This TV's memory stick viewer cannot display images recorded on still cameras that are not Sony brand." However, they included a loose supplement sheet which implies that images from non-Sony camera may be viewed if the directories are set up per the DCF rules. That basically means setting up a top directory named "DCIM" then subdirectories named "100MSDCF", "200MSDCF", etc. and putting the JPEG pictures in these directories. I did this with both my Kodak 3:2 pictures and my Canon 4:3 pictures and they display fine. However, especially my Canon pictures, are SuperFine large files, about 1.5 MB each and the Sony TV takes a long time (boring wait) to bring up each picture. Since the TV cannot possibly handle all 4 million pixels, it would make sense to downsize the picture and also compress it to reduce the file size and speed up the operation. The other thing I would like to do is crop the pictures to the 16:9 format so they fill the screen. BUT, if I make ANY change at all to the original picture, the Sony TV will NOT display it and pops up a "file error" message. I assume that the Sony firmware sees that the photo has been modified and won't show it. So my question is - how can I modify my pictures (in aspect ratio, size, cropping, and any other mods) and save them so that my Sony TV will display them? These digital still pictures look REALLY good on a 65 inch Hi-Def TV! Thanks for any help you can provide.