With a 16:9 high-def 1080i t.v. signal from a cable box, how noticeable is the difference in picture quality between a 30” HDTV 16:9 and a 32” HDTV 4:3? In this scenario the 30” 16:9 would of course use the full screen, and the 32” 4:3 would use vertical compression to letterbox the high-def signal. But, as some of you may know, the actual total square inch viewing area would be only 15 sq. inches larger on the 30” 16:9 set. Both sets have 800 lines of resolution. Not knowing, I would think the 30” 16:9 would at least somewhat better quality than the compressed/letterboxed picture, but how much better? I have the same question for widescreen DVD using progressive scan on both sets. FYI, I’m trying to decide between 2 Samsung “TXM97HF” models. Thanks.