I had a quick few questions... I have a JVC 48" Widescreen HDTV and now have a growing collection of widescreen dvd's. But there seems to be a problem with a few of the widescreen dvd's.. First off, Space Balls, the dvd has "WIDESCREEN" and "STANDARD" printed on either side of the DVD.. I put it in with the "WIDESCREEN" facing up and I get a stretched image, same if I put it in with "STANDARD" facing up. I have a brand new Sony DVP-NS715P and it plays all my other widescreen DVD's perfectly. It does this with Misery, and The BreakFast Club. All widescreen DVD's and the breakfast club case says "Enhanced for Widescreen Tv's" I believe. What if anything can I do to fix this? I don't have it hooked up via Component cables, just standard video cables as I'm low on cash and only one set of component cables. So I don't have Progressive scan turned on obviously. But what can fix this? Do some widescreen DVD's mislead and just put the black bars on the top and bottom to make it "widescreen"? What's even funnier, is in the paper that is in the Space Balls case has a comparison graph that is used to show how much more picture you see with a widescreen. I'm getting quite annoyed with this obviously. Thanks for any help anyone can give..:b __________ Here's a little something from a review of SpaceBalls I found.. "MGM has shelled out a two sider here, with a widescreen and a Pan & Scan on opposite sides. The widescreen side is not, however, anamorphic, making detail lower than what we are accustomed to (we are very spoiled); but we're talking about Spaceballs here people." Not Anamorphic?? Does that mean it's not truly widescreen? Meaning I have to watch it in 4:3 (normal) ratio on my widescreen tv?