I did some searching, and people complain about "just" mode when used to stretch a 4:3 image, but I don't understand why this would affect native 16:9 programming. Is "just" mode on this TV different than "just scan" I've used in the past to connect my PC to the screen? I was under the impression that "just" meant the native resolution is output. What's the proper setting for a 16:9 image?
Here is one thread I found about the subject:
I notice this every now and then on certain programs like on HGTV and Discovery or Destination HD or Travel HD or National Geographic HD or A&E HD. I think that the show's producers have taken a program that was shot in 4:3 and they have stretched it to 16:9, and they did that with a technique that stretches the picture on the sides, but keeps it normal in the middle. Thus the fishbowl effect.
It is not on all channels, all shows, thus it is not the TV.