Home Theater Magazine features a widescreen TV face-off this month. In every single photo of the sets in action, the image shown on screen is from a movie that was shot in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio. (X2, Charlie's Angels Full Throttle) And yet each set shows the image filling the entire screen, no black bars at all, as though the films were shot in 1:85. How are they accomplishing this? There is no zoom mode that I am aware of that will display a 2.35:1 picture on a 16:9 set without small black bars. Is this just photoshop trickery on their part? Or is there something else I don't know?