Hi -- First, I have some general questions about living with a 16x9 TV. When viewing normal TV, I assume the set puts bars on the sides. Is this correct? Is this bad for rear projection sets? When viewing an anamorphically enhanced DVD, does the DVD player and set play nice and automatically switch to the correct settings? What happens when you put in a non-anamorphic DVD? Does the TV want to put bars on the side and display the letterboxing as well? how does it handle that? How would it handle, say, The Sopranos on normal broadcast cable where its presented letterboxed? Finally, a specific hardware question. The largest widescreen tube set I can find is the RCA which is 38". I gather they won't ever get much bigger than that. Is that a safe assumption? Also, since the price on these widescreen tube based sets are so high, do you forsee a price drop as being imminent? What makes them so expensive? Thanks.