Believe it or not, I've had HD on my Toshiba for over a year and I still have not been satisfied with my convergence/geometry yet. It always seems like a compromise of some sort every time I tweak my set. For the longest time there was the problem with broadcasters running slightly different picture sizes and alignments, but now that most of them seem to be using more standardized safe areas, I have a new problem. After numerous adjustment sessions spread out over a long period here is what I'm having difficulty with: The HIT and WID adjustments seem to do no good if you plan on using convergence grids as specified in the TW56 service manual. I feel like I must be missing something, but shouldn't picture size be adjustable beyond the templated convergence. Instead, what I think I'm seeing is that the templates determine your picture size and HIT and WID actually end up just giving me strange distortions if I reconverge with the templates. Now on bright uniform screens (skyshots and such) I can see a gradient between light and dark bands on my screen that seem to be bright across areas that correspond to adjustable lines on the convergence grid and darker bands in between. There are five distinct bright areas horizontally across the screen. It is like the scan lines are actually stretched apart (relatively speaking) in those areas of the screen between adjustable convergence grid lines and bunched up around the adjustable lines. Now I am not 100% sure that this is the result of fiddling with HIT and WID, but I only have noticed it after the last session of trying to set my HD picture size and then converging to the service template. Is this something anyone else has observed? If what I think is going on IS going on, how can I reset HIT and WID to the proper (not necessarily factory) settings without an enormous amount of trial and error? Should I make new templates based on a new calculated smaller picture size? Am I just totally not thinking straight? I've been able to get much pleasure out of my Toshiba in almost every respect, thanks to the wonderful Keohi site, but this HD geometry just seems to be eluding me. Any insight that someone could share would be very helpful. For the record I'm using an RCA DTC-100 with the RCA transcoder. All other inputs (S-Video and 480p) have been sorted out satisfactorily. This phenomenon only affects the HD input.