Overscan serves no purpose, does it? In my mind this is one of those things like interlaced video that just never should have come into existence. So let's talk about it and we can cathartically work through this. I wonder, do CRT sets usually have more overscan than LCD / Plasma / DLP type sets? I can solve the overscan problem on my CRT computer monitor by making the entire image area smaller. This is how I noticed on my LEON dvd that they slightly made the image smaller so that it wouldn't be affected by the overscan. Or something. Any input will be appreciated. Thanks.