An observation for anybody struggling with 4:3 images stretched to fill 16:9. The "WIDE" button on the HD/HDR-FOX handset cycles between the following modes (this presumes a 16:9 TV, and Menu >> Settings >> Preferences >> Video >> Screen Ratio is set to 16:9): Pillarbox displays 4:3 unstretched, with black bars down the sides. Zoom fills the width of the screen by enlarging the image, but loses a strip top and bottom off the edges of the screen (circles remain circular). Auto expands the image horizontally so that the whole screen is filled without any loss, but circles are no longer circular (everybody gets fat). Personally I use Pillarbox; when the source material is tagged as 16:9 the setting is ignored and the image displays normally, but when it is tagged as 4:3 it is displayed with black side bars automatically and circles remain circles. The problem is that when 4:3 material is being broadcast, adverts are 16:9 and the aspect ratio switches (and as an aside might be responsible for some of the HDMI glitches some people experience). Sometimes, very occasionally, the programme resumes but the aspect tags don't switch back - and then the original 4:3 source gets displayed stretched (like Auto). In this case it's the broadcaster's fault*. When the Humax video preference is set for a 4:3 display, there are a different set of options on the Wide button to suit the variations for fitting a 16:9 or 14:9 source onto the screen. I won't bother going into detail about those because they are not applicable to most people and will become decreasingly so with fewer and fewer 4:3 sets around. However, if you have a 16:9 display and are trying to show a movie file with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, you can achieve it almost exactly by setting 4:3 in the video preferences and selecting "Letterbox 16:9" on the "WIDE" button. Of course, all this presumes you do not also have the TV settings playing with the aspect ratio! * Footnote: I'm not sure about this. I had a 4:3 programme get stuck on 16:9 after the ads, but then it magically resumed 4:3 when I switched into iPlayer and back.