Hi guys, I am interested in purchasing a Sanyo PLV-Z1 projector for our first home theater system, and I have a few quick questions to ask: As the specs say at projector central, it says that it can display 16:9 AND 4:3. So, now I need to know, will a normal 4:3 image, like a video game, be messed up in any way if I display it in 16:9 on the projector, in the sense that the image will be squished to allow for the wider width and the shorter length? I am thinking so because the image is simply cropped on a normal image, and widescreen adds that additional image that is taken off to allow for a normal TV format. So, to compromise, of course, it will simply stretch the image. Am I right? If I am wrong, then I can just purchase/build a normal 16:9 screen and I will be okay, right? But I think I am right. If that is the case, should I just get a normal 4:3 screen and just project a normal 16:9 image when I have to do so? I ask this because I am running this projector on Digital Cable, Video Game consoles, and DVDs, so I will be running everything from normal old school components to high definition DVDs and cable, so I need to make sure that either a 4:3 screen or a 16:9 screen will enable me to have a middle ground of some sort, where each type of image will be tollerable. Thanks for any help! Andrew G.