Since having my overscan corrected, I put in the centering grid in Avia - where you can view different aspect ratios, etc. and their positions on the screen and have noticed that the picture's centering seems to be off. The left side of the picture is shifted so that I can't see the full edges of the right AND left portions of the picture. Is this something easily fixed, or does overscan have to be corrected again. Another example that might clarify this. I put in the widescreen side of "The Never Ending Story". As the movie starts, the title is spread across the entire widescreen (2:35). The "T" in the word "The" is slightly cut off because of the problem I'm stating. Now, the ISF guy told me my TV was harder to adjust the overscan for because of some internal flaws of the set and that the factory problem overscanned the way they did to compensate for this. But, is the overscan that's causing the slight cut off of the right picture, or is it something else? The ISF guy is coming back to take a look at this for me - just want to know what I should be aware of. Thanks.