After reading some old posts on this television, I found out that I could enable the "squeeze mode" through the service menu, which would then allow me to turn it on and off via the remote, just like other samsung televisions. However, after doing this, I noticed that the squeeze mode squeezes too much, and the picture is squeezed down about an extra inch on the top and bottom of the picture, when compared to the same movie in the standard, unsqueezed mode (using a 16:9 enhanced DVD, Emperor's New Groove). I've tried this with other inputs on the television, all with the same results. Does anyone who uses or used to use this telelvision know of a setting in the service menus that controls how much the picture is squeezed? Once I know which menu item controls this, I could easily calibrate it to the correct squeeze, but I am hesitant to start randomly changing things in the service menu. Has anyone been able to get hold of the service manual for this television? I had tried about two years ago, but the Samsung representative told at that time that it was not available. Any help would be great, the squeeze mode on this set really makes the picture much clearer! -Matt C Update: I just checked out a 1.85:1 movie (Catch Me if you Can), which also appears to become squeezed more than it should. However, I also looked at a 2.35:1 film (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), and compared the squeeze mode to the standard, and it's vertical size on the screen is not affected by the squeeze mode, that is, it's vertical size is the same in both squeeze and standard modes. Any ideas? I am going to throw in my Avia disc as soon as I have a chance, and take a look at the geometry tests with circles, maybe that will tell me something.