DO YOU KNOW YOUR HDTV IS PROBABLY HIDING VIDEO! This is aimed more for users that can compare standard sources like DVD playback from a DVD player to the same thing on their PC connected to a HDTV display with custom resolutions. My Sony V40 internal scaler seems to use a little too much overscan for my liking and its a little on the annoying side. Questions 1. If possible can some others perhaps go through this process im trying on their models. 2. Is Overscan a problem with alot of HDTVs and how common may this be? 3. Maybe its just a problem with my model/set? Ive only really noticed this by accident during HTPC connection. On my Sony 40" HDTV approx 3.5cm left/right and 1cm+ top/bottom is missing in the overscan process * to confirm top/bottom size What this means is when conneting any device to your display directly it probably goes through the same process with the overscan such as this DVD example. One advantage or difference with PC connectivity though is i can control this loss of video with my HTPC custom resolutions so that i virtually miss nothing. Have any of you guys compared standard sources like DVD players against a PC with DVD set at 720p resolution and also custom PC resolutions like below to see what your display actually hides? My Latest Settings on my HTPC are: 1200x700 or 1200x692 meaning you get all the video fullscreen but next to none in overscan.