Hey guys, Normally I would come here first with a questions like this, but I've been so busy lately I just haven't had the time. I own a 55" Mitsubishi Widescreen Television WS-55311 (I think that's the model number). Anyway, lately I've been noticing some problems with it. I have it calibrated using Avia to the best of my ability. Recently, whenever there is too much white on the screen or it is a bright scene with light colors on the screen, it triggers a flicker or flash/electrical interference. I can hear noise with it too, kind of like an electical buzzing sound. Again, this seems to only happen when there is too much white/light colors on the screen. I have the contrast set very low, about 1/5th and I have the brightness set at just below the halfway mark. It is really messing with the convergence on the left and right sides of the television to the point where I just can't get the convergence set right. There is always too much red lining on objects on both the right and left sides. When I turn my head a certain way, but keep my eyes fixed on a certain spot, it seems to improve, but I think I'm really starting to screw up my eyes. I use Avia to calibrate the convergence with the dark background and white cross hatches, but when I think I have it set right on that screen, I go to a screen with a white background and black cross hatches and everything is screwed up. Again, mostly on the left and right sides. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Please help!!!