I understand from several other threads that many of the newer JVC players have the scaling feature for non-anamorphic discs. I just bought a XV-SA900BK changer, and there's nothing in the manual about this. On the other hand, several threads here have specifically mentioned the SA600BK player as having this feature, and that player's manual (I looked at it online) is identical to the 900's except for the absence of changer functions. I have to date checked out 1 non-anamorphic disc (Titanic), and it pretty much does the same thing as any non-anamorphic disc played in my old Sony player (i.e., have to use the TV's Zoom to fill the screen). FYI, I have a Sony 57" RPTV. So, several (potentially dumb) questions: * Is the SA900 confirmed to have this feature? * How is it operated? Is it just something that happens automatically? Are there any player settings that have to be in place? * What should I see on my display? Should the display be in Full mode, or do I still need to zoom? * Another thread mentioned discs need to be properly flagged. Is this the same as the film/video flag? Is Titanic properly flagged (the progressive light on my player was green which indicates the player believes it is film source) for scaling?? I know this is a lot of questions, but I couldn't find any details on this in any threads I looked in, and the JVC site is of course next to useless. Big thanks to anyone who can help me understand all of this!!