My 65807 is still under its two year MA from Sears, so I decided I would have them come out and help me reduce my overscan, and fix some convergence probs on the left and right side of the screen. Firstly, I borrowed AVIA, and have the service menu codes, but was afraid to go it alone. And secondly, I cannot afford a professional ISF calibration right now. So after telling the guy about overscan, and how especially on the left side, things were getting chopped off, I showed him the AVIA grid and a printout with some codes. He went into the service menus, and fiddled around for a while. He reduced it as much as he could (which I believe, as I was watching him), but now the image is bowed on the left and especially right side of the screen. He said there wasn't much he could do, and thats what was going to happen when you reduce overscan that much (its at 5% on each side). So, now the image is slightly skewed, especially the lower right part of the screen. Also, I noticed something else I really don't like. Using the STRETCH mode, I can now see some weird effect on the left and right portions of the screen, almost as though its somewhere between stretched and not stretched, and the area affected seems to match exactly the amount of image reclaimed by reducing overscan! In other words, I've got more picture, but the STRETCH algorithm doesn't seem to handle this new area well at all. Can I fix this? Can I also fix the bowing problem? Is it possible to have 5% overscan AND perfect geometry? Please help!!!!!! Thank.