Greetings! I'm not sure if this is my TV, the TiVo or some combination of the two: Running a Series 3 HD (SA CableCARDs), using component R/G/B to a Mitsubishi RPTV. TV is _not_ set to zoom or otherwise alter the image. TiVo is set to 16x9, 1080i fixed. Now let's say I'm watching a 4:3 broadcast (without side bars added in). I don't want to zoom in, but let's say I do want to stretch the image so it fills the 16x9 space. When I do that, it actually stretches a bit _too_ much, vs. just stretching enough to fill the screen and keep the entire image in view. Wondering if this is this par for the course or if I may be doing something wrong? Also ... I was watching a TiVo recording of an HD channel the other day - looked wonderful, crystal clear - and eventually I saw the closing credits at the bottom. Turns out they extended beyond the bottom of the display, or were otherwise cut off! A quick check of the TV and TiVo showed there wasn't much I could do - it was a 16x9-ish broadcast and that was that. Is it common for some of these shows to get clipped like that? Again, the picture looked fantastic, so I'm not sure what was happening here. (The Olympics, by comparison, looked just fine.) I also saw CNN HD one day during the DNC and it too appeared clipped, but especially on the right with their rundown of upcoming events. Clues/advisement appreciated. Thanks!