EDIT: So here's the little problem: It's actually not bad. If I can't fix this at all, 300 dollars for this colossal TV is a ludicrous steal. Bearing that in mind though, I'd still really, really like to find a fix. The TV guy said that the control thing that is broken is a part of the actual LCD, but not the LCD itself. He told me it shouldnt get any worse and that it would be extremely expensive to replace - you'd just have to replace the whole panel. So. Good deal. he made back wasted moneys on trying to figure out the problem, apparently it had many others he fixed all of. Most of the TV is new/refurbished except the panel. Anyhow. He told me playing with the factory settings is dangerous and can cause the TV to stop working. I don't know where to find factory adjust menus on this TV, or any adjustment menus, for that matter, but there must be some way I can squish up the picture and move it to the left as the picture would show, to at least minimize the cut off area? It's just a few inches, and as you can see in the picture, only the last two letters towards the edge of the screen are cut off - it isnt killer. It is a tad annoying, though. Any help from this point would be greatly appreciated. Original post: (mostly irrelevant now) Hey. This is a huge TV. I'm thinking the loss is like 2% screen estate. I'm wondering if I can just kind of squish the picture in at all with any hardware/software, and if losing that much on a huge widescreen TV would be a big killer for HUDs. I don't think it's too big a risk, at that price, honestly... And I'm pretty sure the PSP doesn't even stretch to a full screen so it should be fine. The 3 inches on the right are dead, or something. I lost the pic. he says the rest is fine.