I have a brand new 36" Sony Wega KV-36HS20 HDTV. I have a Sony NSP 700 progressive scan DVD player. I am confused about the 16:9 settings. I assume I should set the DVD player to think the TV is a 16:9, or do I set it at 4:3 or 4:3 pan scan? Then, when a DVD is playing, I see it in a letter boxed fashion with top and bottom bars. However, when I look at the Wega setup menu, the 16:9 mode is set to "Off", not "On". When I set it to "On", the display gets narrower and the black letter box bars bigger. However, the actual move scene shown is still just as wide as it was before I set the 16:9 mode to "On". In other words, one of these two letter box modes is the wrong. I can't tell which it is or which one is correct. It appears to me that the "narrower" mode, which shows when I set the 16:9 mode to "On", artifically makes the characters in the scene look to "squashed". I am confused. What settings do I use for the DVD and the TV? Isn't the TV supposed to automatically set the correct 16:9 mode. Thanks.