That's the magic question. I want the video playback quality of a Panasonic 72 or 82, the RAM playback of all the Panasonic models, but the ability to take non-anamorphic widescreen DVD's and make them looks correct on my Mitsubishi HD 16x9 set. It locks into one particular mode with a progressive signal, so letterbox, non-anamorphic disc end up with black bars on all four sides. (Would that be a 1:33x zoom? So many players feature 2x and 4x only...) I currently have a Toshiba SD-4700 DVD player and its zoom/shrink allows for reducing image to correct for overscan, too. I like this player (chroma bug, I know), but would like to have a multi-disc player, as I have an intro disc I'd like to play before the feature, without using two seperate players. So...are the JVC changers what I should look at? I look at pricegrabbers sites, and am weary to trusting the specs listed. Some of the Toshibas listed claim they playback DVD-RAM discs--I'm pretty sure this is a mistake. The Panasonic 72 changer doesn't have enough of a zoom feture to suit my needs. Can anyone off some help?