Hey guys. Long time reader of the forums, first time poster. Anyway, I'm having some trouble with my TV. It's a 65" Toshiba Cinema Series HD. It's one of the following models (I'm not sure which one, but I think all are pretty much the same): 42HDX82 50HDX82 57HDX82 65HDX82 Anyway, I'm having some problems. When I watch movies or TV shows that are supposed to be in anamorphic widescreen, they aren't. I switch that little thing on the remote to "Picture 0" which is the natural one. If it is in anamorphic widescreen, it SHOULD format to fit the 16x9 screen when in "Picture 0" mode. Now, you may think that this is a problem with the DVD player, which is what I thought at first. No way. I've tried three different DVD players and messed around with their settings and nothing works. Its like the TV isn't reading that the movies are anamorphic (which they are, I've tried films like Star Wars Episode II and The Godfather Trilogy). Whenever I switch to natural, it has those damn gray bars on the sides of the screen, which I absolutely hate. Not to mention the black bars still on the top and bottom. It's like its just shrinking the image down. The TV is putting gray bars on the sides, making itself 4:3 and then putting black bars on the top and bottom of THAT picture, making it widescreen. I mean, we bought the thing to watch movies as they are meant to be seen, and they are definately not meant to be seen with gray bars on the sides or black bars on the top and bottom. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Even the guy at Abt didn't know what was going on, so you folks are my last hope. Thanks.