Is there a way to get non-anamorphic 16x9 content to fill the whole screen of the XBR2? On my previous TV, the 34XBR960, there was a "vertical stretch" option, separate from "zoom" and "wide zoom", which allowed a nonanamoprphic letterboxed DVD (or a widescreen SD program) to fill the whole screen. On the XBR2, the vertical size of the image can be increased--but only within the "zoom" or "wide zoom" modes, which makes it useless for vertical expansion (since the picture is already being stretched horizontally).
So far, it seems that to get the best possible picture with this kind of program I have to watch in "normal" with black bars on all four sides of the image. Most of what I watch is in HD, of course, but there are letterboxed shows I watch regularly that are only available in SD on my cable system (Nip/Tuck, Battlestar Galactica) and, as a TV critic, I get a lot of advance screener discs from the networks of letterboxed shows that aren't anamorphically enhanced. Am I pretty much doomed to watching them all boxed in on the XBR2, or is there a stretch option I just haven't found yet?