Before you start reading this, I thought I'd bring to your attention that I know very little about HDTVs. More than the average person, but much less than many of you guys. So, I just got my new HDTV today and while I'm thrilled with the picture quality, there are a few things I have a problem with. And I just thought I'd mention how clumsily it was brought in. There were two people from BB and only one person brought the tv up. He kept bumping the left side against the floor because he couldn't quite lift it from the back to get over bumps. Anyway, I think this has caused at least some of my current problems. First, on the very left edge of the screen, starting about a quarter of the way down the screen from the top and continuing to the bottom, there's a thin, bright line. It looks as if light is creeping onto the screen from the inside of the tv. You can only notice notice it during darker scenes. You can also see it when you turn off the DVD player and just look at the black "component video" screen - there's a very visible bright line going down the left edge. This is probably the biggest problem. Second, this other problem I'm having might not be a problem at all. When watching a 2.35:1 movie, the picture is even with the screen on the bottom, but is slanting downward and to the left at the top. I don't know if you understand what I'm saying, but think about the invisible line that separates the black bars and the picture. The bottom one is even, while the top one is slanted. Third, this problem has to do with the cabinet itself. At the back of the tv, on the bottom corner, there's a chunk that was taken out of the wood a little less than the size of a fist. This is no doubt the result of the clumsy delivery. Do you think this itself warrants a return? I haven't had a chance to pick up Avia yet, but I don't think it will solve my first two problems and it definitely won't help with the third . That's all for now, but I'm sure I'll have many other questions later. And thanks a lot you guys. I don't know what I'd do without this board.