This is my first post in a very long time, so be gentle with me I have seen the posts about the transfer problem with "The Triangle" on X-Files Season 6 http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...hreadid=106642. But I suspect that there is a transfer problem with "The Unnatural" episode as well. The problem with The Unnatural is that there are shots that are, for lack of a better term, "extra squeezed". The shots look just like if you tell your TV to display something as anamorphic when the source is non-anamorphic -- objects look shorter and fatter than they should. A perfect example starts at 14:07. Notice the dimensions of Fred Lane's (The young Arthur Dales) face. It is short and fat. Although you can't really tell, the back shots seem to be of a taller, skinnier face. However, at 14:27, you get a front shot of Fred Lane again, and his face is definitely taller and skinnier there. This problem is not something with the flag for anamorphic material. If I set my DVD player (Pioneer DVL-919) to 4:3 LB mode, I still see these scenes incorrectly on my TV (Sony XBR-400) I've only gotten about 20-25 minutes into the episode, but I keep seeing shots like this that don't look right. So, here go the questions: -Is anyone else noticing this? -Does anyone have an original broadcast recording, and if so, do you see the same thing? -Could this be a stylistic effect ("alien view?"), or is this just a screw up?