I have a Sony Wega KV-32FS17 TV and am running a Panasonic DVD-RV20 Player with it. Using Digital Video Essentials and the service menu, I’ve gotten the overscan to 5% or under on all sides. It seems if I go any smaller (using vertical/horizontal adjustment or the ‘asp’ adjustment), I start to get jagged edges/video noise, or sacrifice a centered picture. My first question is: are there other adjustments I can make that will minimize the ‘noisy’ edges, allowing me to ‘shrink’ the picture area a bit more? I ask because on 16:9 enhanced 1.66:1 transfers (pillerboxed, using the TV’s ‘squeeze’ mode), I’m still not really seeing the side mattes on the image. Video Essentials is showing less than 5% overscan on the sides. Can I minimize the overscan further, or does it sound like the DVD player is cropping the image to begin with? Another issue: When switching between 4:3 and 16:9 modes, I’m losing a bit of picture info at top (from under 5% to right at the line) and gaining a bit at bottom (the same differential) in the 16:9 mode. The sides remain the same in both modes. On ‘tight’ 1.85 transfers (like say, Warners’ HORROR OF DRACULA), it’s pretty unbalanced-looking. Is there anything I can do in the service menu to re-center the picture area within the 16:9 frame without re-centering for 4:3 also? Thanks for any help!