I haved owned a Toshiba 42H82 for a number of months now and am comfortable (meaning without fear of black bar burn-in due to my settings) with watching DVDs in 2:35:1 and letterboxed TV shows such as The West Wing, Sopranos, Six Feet Under, Angel. I do appreciate it, however, when I watch widescreen HD shows like CSI, and 24 (24 being high resolution digital, not true HD) and the picture takes up the whole 16:9 screen. I have noticed that commercials (and not just movie previews) are getting into the letterbox act as well. Is this the direction that all things broadcast will go in the future? I said above I was comfortable when it happens here and there but I don't want it to be constant as I know you should vary the aspects you watch to prevent burn-in, even on a properly set television. Surely the networks must know that people don't appreciate the black bars - especially those with 4:3 TVs. How can we encourage them to broadcast in HD yet maintain the 1:78 or 1:85 aspects that fill the screens (like CSI, etc)? Movies are one thing, but do TV shows really need to follow suit? Any thoughts on this?