I've taken this query all over the net and seem to be getting nowhere. I really hope you guys can help, you're my last hope: I've discovered recently that my Panasonic BDT110, BD65, and PS3 all have some sort of built in overscan that I cannot turn off. It does not affect Blu-rays or anamorphic DVDs, only 4:3 DVDs. This is how 4:3 DVDs look through my players, on my Panasonic GT30 TV (which has overscan set to Off!), through my Onkyo receiver (be aware though, whether the players are connected through the AV or straight to the TV makes no difference): http://i.imgur.com/F9Vki38.jpg I noticed the images were too narrow, and indeed when I measure them they are approximately 1.29:1. I have 3 other players I have access to, an Xbox 360, my PC and an old DVD player (that connects via HDMI). Whether I connect them to the TV directly or through the AV, the image looks like this: http://i.imgur.com/FiL1V0A.jpg Notice I have gained information on both sides, and the image now measures precisely 1.33:1. I've been trying to figure out this problem for so long now I'm not at all confident I'll find a solution, unless I buy a new BD player. I don't want to have to use my Xbox/PC/DVD player as you can see from the images, the upscaling is far superior on the Panasonic BD players/PS3. What I'd really like someone here to do is, to try and replicate the above. If you have a PS3 or a similar model Panasonic BD, grab a 4:3 DVD and see if the same happens. A quick way to see if it's been cropped is to just zoom the image (using the player zoom, NOT TV zoom). This appears to bypass the overscan. Here is an example: http://i.imgur.com/GVRYIcD.jpg http://i.imgur.com/NPSQfqF.jpg Again, the first image is 1.29:1, and the zoomed image reveals what is missing from the sides. This way, at least if we all experience the same thing, I can junk these pieces of crap and buy something else. If you don't experience the same thing, I know some sort of solution is possible. For the record, this is what I've already tried: - bypassing the AV and connecting direct to the TV - using a different TV - using different HDMI cables - turning off the upscaling on the BD players, and sending only native 480p/576i content to the TV. The images are cropped in the same way - making sure my TV gives 100% overscan. Spears and Munsil disc confirms it does, through all of my sources. - turning 24p mode off - switching from 16:9 mode, to 16:9 FULL, 4:3 Letterbox etc. The image appears differently, but never reveals the missing info.