Hello all, I am in the progress of getting a pioneer SD533HD5 and had a quick question about these 2 panasonic dvd players and well, dvd's in general. I'm not huge into DVD's but hope to change that soon with the purchase of this television. I've heard great things about the rp82, however, I've also learned over the months that even though dvd's are widescreen, you will still have black bars at the top and bottom. I can see this bugging me, primarily because I have a fear of burn in (which I know can be reduced with lowered contrast etc.). Plus, I wouldn't mind filling up the entire screen! So, I've heard the rp82 is a great quality player, but I'm not certain if it has features to zoom in or change the feed so that the black bars are not present? Does anyone know if it does? I know the rp91 has a ton of zooming and scaling features, but I have heard that it's not as good in quality as the rp82. So my questions are as follows: a.) Does the rp82 have zooming capabilities at all, and if so to what extent? b.) How much of a difference is there in the two sets picture quality? c.) I've heard that the black bars at the top and bottom are usually only on non anamorphic DVD's. If this is the case, how often is this with DVD's? d.) Do TV's have any modes to combat this and zoom in on the set, in particular this pioneer? Thanks for the feedback!