Maybe this would be better suited for one of the equipment forums, or maybe it's been dealt with before, but I noticed a strange thing the other night watching a particular 1.85:1 anamorphic disc on my 48" 16X9 TV. It was Jackie Brown, to be specific. The framing looked sort of odd, with tops of heads being cut off in what looked like somewhat unnatural places to me. I decided to switch over to 4X3 non-anamorphic mode to compare, and I noticed a taller picture in that format, more stuff at the top. Then I just used a measuring tape to mark off the aspect ratio, and I found the non-anamorphic picture to be about 1.66:1! I tried this with several other 1.85:1 anamorphic discs that I have--French Connection, Taxi Driver Collctor's Edition, Rear Window, Vertigo (although that one's non-anamorphic), Godfather--and in every case, I got a ratio that was either about 1.60:1 or 1.66:1. I'm very, very confused--what am I not getting here? I know that 16X9 is about 1.78:1, not 1.85:1, but why are all these discs coming out more like 1.65:1 on the regular non-anamorphic display?