I received my Samsung HCL4715W yesterday from Best Buy (1708.90 + tax) all I can say is so far I'm beyond happy. It's gorgeous looking when you choose the right Picture settings for the source. I found that my calibration with a THX Optimizer on SW: TPM works well for that movie, but on Harry Potter it was super grainy after choosing the built in Standard picture it looked fantastic. Anyway here's my question. The RPTV has a Wide and and a Panoramic Aspect, watching (both 16x9 enhanced) a 1.77:1 aspect DVD Wide seems the way to go, but I found that using Panoramic on a 2.20:1 DVD (TRON 20th Anniversary Edition) I actually get more picture, in particular I paused a scene of someone sitting at a desk and in Panorama I actually see a picture on his wall that is not visible in Wide aspect. However, the black bars (top and bottom) seem stay the same. The manual doesn't really explain what Panoramic is or what it is doing or really when to use it. All it says is "use this mode for the wide aspect of panormaic pictures. Can someone please tell me more difference about the two and when I should probably use one over the other... Thanks!!