I tried to do a search on this but couldn't find a solid answer. I currently own a 36" Toshiba TV (4:3) that I love. I don't have any problems with the picture right now and I wouldn't even think of upgrading for a few years if it weren't for a good deal I can get from a friend on a Phillip's 34" Widescreen HDTV. My question about the upgrade is this: Will widescreen movies be about the same size on the Phillip's as they are on my current Toshiba? I realize that it's going to be a better picture, but as I said, I'm very happy with my current picture. Also, I watch alot of TV, and I know that the widescreen TV is going to give me a much smaller 4:3 picture than I'm currently getting. I'm not sure if I calculated this correctly, but here's the numbers I come up with. A 4:3 image on a 34" widescreen TV will be equivalent to about a 28" standard TV image. Also, a 1.78:1 image on 36" standard TV will be equivalent to a 33" widescreen TV image. Are both of these assumptions correct? If so, I'll be losing 8" on my 4:3 images and only gaining 1" on the widescreen stuff. I'm not sure if my numbers are correct, so if someone with more knowledge on the aspect ratios and dimesnions could chime in with some real numbers, I'd appreciate it. If the above stands true, I'll probably just wait a few years and get a much larger widescreen TV.