I've grabbed still images form the box using an S-Video capture. I selected a image capture of both fields so you can see all the scan lines.
As expected, we have both a full screen that is stretched, but distorted on a 4:3 display.
Letter Box, that does not fill the screen, but does not crop out anything on a 16:9 image.
Zoom1 is a nice touch; while not exactly filling the screen, it does fit into the middle ground between the fully cropped Zoom2 and the Letter Box.
Zoom2 is the fully cropped image.
In the Auto Power Off selection menu, not only can you pick 1, 2, 3 , 4 hours, or disabled, but you can also select when a warning message comes on; 1 --> 59 minutes before auto power off. NICE TOUCH.
The CC Text is WAY TOO SMALL, even the "Large CC" is tiny!!!! However, it seems that my TV can still read and display its own CC Text, so this is a non-issue for my wife who needs CC.
The Channel Edit Menu Screen is very easy to use.
The Program Guide is really nice. The left/right arrows will change the channel and read the program guide for that channel. It appears that the guide is reading the information on the fly, because as I use the down arrow, there's a brief delay for the detailed information to appear.
The Program Info Screen does not time out. This could be handy for those who need more that a few seconds to find the ideal position of an antenna.
So far my only gripe is that the Text is just a bit too small on the screen. I understand fully that they were trying to fit as much information as possible, but on a 27 inch TV from 9 feet away, it makes it a bit hard to read. I can live with it, but just wish it was a bit larger...
Overall I'm happy with the box.