Okay, dumb question, but I'am clueless. I've been running my LT150 for a few weeks while I put the final touches on the home theater and have been very happy with it. I currently own a 16x9 screen. I also have a few dvd's that are 4:3. The problem that I have is that I can set my projector to "normal" mode, but of course the image bleeds on the top and bottom about a 1 foot. If I put it in Cinema mode it compresses the image to make it fit the screen. Is it possible to correctly display a 4:3 ratio on my screen without bleeding over or having to be squeezed? Like having the image in the middle and black bars on the sides? What do I need to accomplish that? Another question...of course I have a couple of DVD's that WILL not play correctly on my LT150 + RP56 player. Everytime I watch Shrek the image is automatically squeezed. It fits the screen fine, but the image isn't what it should be. At first I thought maybe my DVD player was accidentally switched to 4:3, but it isn't. I have it set to 16:9 and the projector set to cinema. If I set it to normal I get the usual bleeding on the top and bottom. I have the DVD player running directly to the RGB inputs using a breakout connector. I'am stumped! Thanks for any help guys!