Okay- at least it's new to me. (I will dupe this post in the issues thread, just wanted to throw it into the main forum for discussion.) I have never seen someone complain about it, but I don't read EVERY bug report. Watching BSG on SciFi. The show was still recording when I started it off My Playlist. I always watch it in crop mode, since it is in wide screen. Well all of a sudden, when I switch to crop mode VIA my HDMI connection, the screen is all stretched out VERTICALLY. So everything is too skinny and the picture extends off the top and bottom of the screen. (Yes, I checked my TVs settings. I don't change them EVER. Set to wide screen. 16:9) I tested this on my HDMI and RCA connection. It was stretched vertically in both modes. Tried another SD program and discovered the same thing. I turned off my TV and turned it back on. The first SD program was "fixed" and displayed properly. As soon as I went back to play BSG, the picture stretched again. Turned off the TV, turned it back on. BSG displayed properly. BUT - When I activate trickplay - the screen jumps between the vertical stretch and "proper" crop. Went back to second SD program and played it. Played fine for a few seconds then jumped back to the improper vertically stretched crop. Went back to BSG and it was displaying properly. I will try a power cycle on the HR20, after I watch BSG - assuming it stays in the proper display. TV - Samsung LNS3251D HR20 - Set to Native on with 720p and 1080i enabled, 480 disabled.