I’m looking to get a new 32” television to replace my 27” Sony Trinitron. For the last couple days I’ve been watching DVDs on the Trinitron with the 16:9 mode (via service mode). The picture is such a big improvement over the normal letterbox (except for the green and red line that appears on top of the image), that my next TV has to have this capability , and it doesn’t matter to me if it’s accessed through a menu or a service mode as long as it’s clean (no extra white or colored lines for example). This is my dilemma… The Sony KV-32FS13 is about $899 at the stores. The “alternatives” are about two to three hundred dollars cheaper with the biggest difference being the lack of a flat screen and a 16:9 mode. Because the flat screen is not that important to me, it’s tough to swallow that price difference due to the enhanced mode. The others are as follows: Panasonic CT-32D31 Toshiba 32A61 JVC AV-32260 Hitachi 32GX01B Do any of the above sets, or any TV for that matter, have a good 16:9 mode accessible via a service mode?