Okay. This may turn into a couple questions. With my future setup, I'll be purchasing a flat tube television which will be hooked up ONLY to a DVD player, and possibly a gaming console. Now, I've been torn on whether to spend the extra cash on an HD set. I thought of this question while at work. My question may take a couple sentences... : Now, I think Toshiba sets have a 16:9 squeeze function, but anyway - does the squeeze funtion work while utilizing progressive scan? If I have an HD set and use progressive scan, can I also use a 16:9 function? Do they even include this option on HD sets? Next part: Okay. I'll try to make this simple for you (more importantly, me ). Will the squeeze option on a standard analog set give me the quality of a HD set using progressive scan? Well, if you've made it this far, here's what I'm thinking. I'll only be viewing DVD's and doing some possible gaming. If the squeeze funtion gives me HD quality, there's no need to get an HD set as I will not utilize the squeeze option with gaming. I'd be viewing all of my movies in widescreen format. Also, most games are not going to utilize progressive scan or any HD qualities (as I understand it, very few X-Box games will - maybe future consoles will. I guess that's something else to think about). Thanks for any help, guys and gals. Let me know if you want me to clarify myself any more. I think I'm sounding a little confusing, here.