I recently purchased a Toshiba 46HX83 set and am extremely happy with it, but for a few things. There is a pinkish tint on the far right side of the screen, most noticable during black and white movies, but I am told a serviceman can calibrate this. My question to all of you has to do with aspect ratios: When I go into "full" mode on this unit, where the anamorphic widescreen image is supposed to be presented accurately, I am getting a 2.16:1 ratio for all movies which are supposed to be 2.35:1 or greater. There does not appear to be any way to correct this. Yet, when I play back a non-anamorphic movie, using the "theater-wide 3" setting (supposedly an accurate representation), I get an image very close to the proper ratio. There is no image distortion in either of these settings. I do not know why the anamorphic setting (and, yes, I have my DVD player properly set) would give me an image less wide than what I am supposed to get. Is this typical of DLP'S?