Hey everyone. We recently just got an HDTV, and we've had an Xbox for a little while. It's a moded one though, with a different looking OS, and it included Xbox media centre (or does that always come with it? whatever.. lol) I think the OS is from OPA Limited, because that's what it says beside "Nickname". Anyway... I'm not too sure how to set the Xbox to deliver a 16:9 image. It can do that, right? I've seen settings for widescreen, but I nothing seemed to work and the "automatic widescreen" was greyed out. I even tried to go into the system settings from the OS startup screen, but those settings didn't work for some reason. I'll try again. But in the video settings, the "enable 480" "enable 720" and "enable 1080" are all greyed out, even if I set the setting above it to "Format: Widescreen." That's in the System Settings - Video Settings from the OS start up screen, I mean. There didn't really seem to be any aspect ratio settings in the Media Centre OS though. Basically all I want to do this for is to watch video files on it in their native 16:9 ratio. I don't like having to stretch the image with the TV and I'd rather have fullscreen than two bars on the left and right. So is there a special cable I'm supposed to buy? I just have the RGB ones that came with it. I doubt it's that though, since my DVD player uses RGB and it outputs 16:9. Are the settings in the Microsoft Dashboard, or the Media Centre? All I want to do is to be able to watch videos in 16:9, because my DVD player doesn't support Divx, and it's a pain to convert them to DVD format all the time. Thank you! And yeah, for those neurotic people who just post "Search before you ask", I did. I even searched Google and didn't find anything useful. Thanks for your time and information.