Not really issues I guess. Just got my first big screen TV, a Hitachi 46" widescreen. Never having had one, I had a couple of questions for those that do. 1. How much of an issue is burn in? All my DVDs (well over 200) are in widescreen format. I have a resolution (4:3 expanded in case you're wondering) that causes the movie to nearly fill the screen, with only small bars top and bottom. Since every movie I currently have will have to be viewed this way, how long until I have to worry about burn in? Regular TV is viewed on the same resolution, which fills the screen. 2. Does everyone's picture on cable suck? I have regular cable (meaning not digital) and the picture is grainy. I know that it's much bigger than on my old beater TV but I expected better picture quality. I notice a slight difference on DVDs as well but it's not nearly as pronounced. I just attribute that to a bigger picture and I'll get used to it. 3. Is it true, as I've heard from several sources, that Hitachi is one of the best because they make all the parts that go into their TVs? as far as I can tell most other TV makers use parts from other companies and Hitachi does not. That statement is the result of some research I did before choosing a brand to buy. Thanks in advance for your help.