While I'm pleased that TV shows are being shot in widescreen format for future broadcast in Digital, I'm a little confused by what those of us with actual 16:9 TVs are supposed to do. The signal is clearly non-anamorphic, right? So it's not set up to be broadcast at full resolution in the 16:9 normal mode. The broadcase is more like a regular widescreen (non-anamorphic) set up for a 4:3 TV. So, what setting can I use so that everything looks OK? My Mits has a 'stretched' mode that looks OK for regular 4:3 material, but with the widescreen shows, it just seems off. The 'standard' mode just stretches everything, and the other two zoom modes are just unwatcheable (because they stretch up and down and the resolution just isn't there, so the picture looks muddy to me. Am I missing something? What's the point of broadcasting a widescreen TV show if the people with 4:3 TVs complain about the black bars and the people with 16:9 TVs can't set up the TV to watch it in decent resolution without distortion??