Widescreen War Won, but many battles to be fought. Not uncommon for major network TV shows to now be in HD 16:9, and released on DVD in anamorphic transfers. Commercials, both for products & networks, are letterboxed. Direct to Video releases, are anamorphic widescreen (from Disney, no less). Sales of widescreen DVD titles far out pace P&S of the same title (if not at first release, than in the weeks after initial release). [Exceptions for a 'children only' title.] A few, not enough, movies on cable are letterboxed. Pay-per-view movies in HD & SD are in OAR. So, P&S is finally fading off into the sunset! However, many battles are still too be won as well; Disney, releasing catalog title in P&S only. HBO showing HD movies in non-OAR. Many more movies on cable still in P&S. Sell though B&B's, still catering to J6P & the Pan and Scanners [sounds like a bad band]). Rental, can you say Blockbuster, B&B's still promoting non-OAR releases. And you can add your rant, to whatever else needs too be addressed in the 'last days of the war' clean-up of the dreaded P&S! Great to see widescreen monitor/TV sales up, up, up!