So I've read a few articles (including this site's primer) about the new video, DVD, and HD technologies, but there are a few things I'm not clear about.... 1. I've read an article explaining 3:2 pull-down, but what does it mean when a TV has this technology? As I understand it, 3:2 pull-down is a system where 24 frames per second features (i.e., movies) are converted to a TV's 60 fields per second method. Since this would be coded onto a DVD, what is the benefit of having a TV with this feature? I'm asking because CNet made a big deal about the new Sony 40XBR800 having this feature. 2. When viewing anamorphic DVD's on a 4:3 analog TV, does one still get the 33% increase in resolution? 3. I've noticed a few inconsistencies on several websites about aspect ratios. Some say that viewing 1.85:1 features on a 16:9 (widescreen) TV has no black bars (because a miniscule fraction of the picture is omitted), and others say that there are miniscule black bars (because the feature is only slightly wider than the screen. I realize I'm asking about something I may not even be able to notice, but I'd like to know what's really happening. 4. Back to the Sony 40XBR800. CNet also mentioned that this 4:3 TV has an "16:9 enhanced widescreen" tool for viewing anamorphic DVDs. What does this mean? How does it work. Hoes is this different from any DVD player outputing an anamorphic feature to any old 4:3 set? What a mouthful! Thanks in advance.