Specs: Less then 100 dollars Always zooms the image to eliminate black bars Uses all the vertical resolution of an 'anamorphic' DVD when zooming. Will display an 'anamorphic' 16/9 DVD by cropping the sides by 25 percent for display on the default 4/3 TV. Crops 44 percent off the sides when zooming an 'anamorphic' 2.35:1 DVD and scales the 360 scan lines to 480. I believe if such a DVD player were mass marketed in stores like Walmart and Blockbuster that it would eliminate the perceived need for pan and scan transfers and at the same time increase sales of existing widescreen only transfers. This seems obvious to me. I know about the so called pan and scan on the fly option but I am not talking about that. The remote should have a simple joystick to allow panning around the image. What are your thoughts?