I'm been really bummed out lately because I can't seem to find a decent way to fix my TV's overscan. It's a Philips 30" HDTV. Are there TVs out there that have no or next to no overscan? Or are there TV's that let you easily (without hurting image quality) to adjust overscan? I know there are a couple DVD players that do this: which are the best? (I have a Jaton, but it's being service for other problems...) What's the best way to deal with this most annoying -- and epidemic -- problem?? Philips and their authorized repair service have been giving me the runaround -- technically it's not a defect (true), so it's questionable whether adjusting the overscan would be covered by warranty. Also, the repair technician claims there's the danger that adjusting the overscan (down to 1% or less, as I'd like) might interfere with the image quality in some other way. Is this true? Also, why is there overscan in the first place?