Ok, I just got a HDTV Digital Setup box yesterday. Its a Pioneer model delivered from the cable company. My problem is, I can only get it to work through the component cables by shriking the screen down to like a 27" screen. Basically I have like 3-4" border all around the screen. My damn Sony TV is automatically formating the signal, so that when I tell the HDTV Box that my tv is a 4:3, my picture is squished into a 16.9 mode because my TV thinks its a DVD signal. I have to tell the cable box that I have a 16.9 ratio tv, and to display 4:3 material with the black bars on the side. Only then does my Sony correct the picture, however, I am looking at about a 27" picture. The only 2 Channels that come out exactly how they are supposed to in the two HD channels HBOHD and ShowtimeHD. They look awesome by the way. Makes all the other channels look like crap. I posted this in Displays to because it involves both my TV, and Digital HDTV Cable Box. I dont know which one is at fault. The only way I can get this think to work properly is run the Composite or SVideo to the TV to get the correct FULL SCREEN 4:3 and 16:9 to come in how it should look. I cant turn off the 16:9 mode on my TV (that I know of) Its either Automatic or ON. Is this the fault of the new Cable Box, or is this the fault of my TV? The Cable box out a DVI out. Will using the DVI connection solve my issue I wonder? What kind of DVI cable to I need? I am pretty sure the regular computer to DVI LCD monitor cables are not the same as the HDTV cables. Am I right? I went to a couple places last night (tweeter, goodguys) they dont carry DVI cables. Help me. Using the S-Video connection is not ideal for me.