Hello all, I currently own a 10 month old Toshiba 30 inch HDTV CRT (30HF85). Unfortunately I've had to send this TV in once for repair (slight geometry and convergence problems) and am on the verge of sending it back in because of even more geometry screwiness. The situation now is that after the first repair the television came back with extreme horizontal bowness that is particulary noticeable in letter boxed movies, videogames, and menus (ie. TiVo). Basically straight horizontal lines are bowing down and look much like a slight U shape. The television was not this bad before and had little to no horizontal bowiness, all of it's geometry problems were on straight vertical lines and much less noticeable than this. My question for you video experts, in my quest for knowledge before talking to the TV repairers tommorow, is what would cause this and how is it fixed? obviously something was done during the first repair because this television did not look like this before. What causes this and how is it fixed? Thanks!