These are just two examples of the horrendous overscan present on my Mits. TV. They're caps from the awesome movie Batman Forever! In any case, this is one of the movies that really brought it to my attention (although I really didn't realize how bad it was until now). (Note: the white bars are the areas cut off) Obviously I can't link directly to pics on a lycos page, so just click here and you should see them As you can see, even some of the credits are cut off and I find this unacceptable! Plus, the framing now looks very cramped due to the cropping (as expected) and it's just bugging the hell out of me on every movie. This is the reason I want to find a good DVD player (non-Malata) that has incremental zoom and a panning feature (if you can help on this, please post to this thread. I currently have a Malata N996 player which has been having some serious freezing issues since my last move and would like a player from a different company. I'm not sure how much a professional ISF calibration will help in removing this overscan. If it is calibrated correctly, would most DVD players display the full frame on the DVD? I've heard of the "player generated zoom" present on many models, but obviously cannot confirm or deny this without removing most/all of the overscan on my set. Shizzle. mike.