Hey guys, I recently purchased a Toshiba 42h81 Widescreen set. So far I am really liking loving the set though I do have some issues. The set was purchased about 3 weeks ago. Over time it has settles in and I am starting to notice some geometry issues. On 2:35:1 aspect ratios film I am noticing that the widescreen bars have a rainbow-ish effect happening. The bend at the ends and a tad off the screens. That goes for top and bottom. Also I am noticing that the picture tilts slightly to the left, which makes the entire picture look a tad off center. These are things that some might notice but I am horribly maticulous about these kinds of thing. I have three questions: 1. Is this something that I could fix myself through the service or design menu's? I have had some experience in some televisions with these menu's but I am a bit frightened to try my hand with this Hi-def set. 2. If I can fix it, how difficult is it to set the geometry and convergence on this particular set? As I said above I'm no expert at these things but..I'm curious. 3. Is this something that maybe I should contact Toshiba about and use my warranty for? Perhaps have a technicician come out to do the fixes? My concern here is that I have dealt with these kinds of problems before and previous technicians have done nothing but FUBAR my old television. (IE not good experiences!) What could I do to prevent a "FUBAR" scenario from happening? Any and all help is *VERY* appreciated PS. I have gone ahead and ordered an convergence grid for the 42h81 and I should be recieving it soon. Any tips on this would also help.