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I am trying to use my htpc as a source for my HDTV input on a mits 65907. Right now it is my only HD source, also. My question is, how do you know for sure that the image you send to the set from the htpc is centered? I don't just mean "compensated" by use of the front/back porch adjustments via powerstrip, but actually centered within the signal. I want to establish overscan and geometry as my first priority on the HD input but before I can do that, I want to be sure that the image I use as a reference (avia overscan pattern thru htpc to hdtv input on set) is actually a valid reference point in terms of the actual image position. It's very easy to change the position of the image using powerstrip, this I know, but if it's not actually centered in sort of base or reference sort of way then when use my xbox or some other source for my hi-def signal, the image may be far from centered and I would need to redo overscan and geometry...right? Can anyone shed some light on this?