I have a coworker, and friend, who is a real movie buff (her name's Ruthi, and she'd hate me telling her age, but -- just between the two of us -- she's in her mid fifties.) For some time I had been on her case to get herself a DVD player. She has quite a large collection of films on VHS, and I was trying to convince her of the advantages of DVD -- plus the fact that she could borrow from my collection of several hundred titles. A few months ago she finally decided that she would like to have a portable player, since she travels a lot with her job. I told her that if I were buying a portable, and money were no problem, that I would get the Toshiba progressive scan unit. She ordered it from OneCall, and loves it. (If you have never seen that model, the picture on it is breathtaking. You'd swear that you were looking INTO the little 16x9 screen, it's that three dimensional.) Anyway, last week she told me that she'd bought several new discs, including Snow White and The Mummy Returns. I asked her if she bought the widescreen or "fullfame" version of TMR. She said that she really didn't know, that she hadn't paid attention and had not yet watched it. Time to educate her, right? So, I explained about why OAR was important, and I printed out the comparison shots from The Digital Bits, showing the difference between the two formats. The next day when she came to work, Ruthi asked me if I knew anyone who'd like a P&S copy of The Mummy Returns. When I asked why, she said that when she got home she looked to see which she'd bought and found that it was the fullscreen version, so she went back to Suncoast and got the widescreen one. When I asked her why she just didn't exchange the first one, she said that she couldn't because she'd already opened it! Now, is this lady something wonderful, or what?