Watching certain FOX shows like "Mad TV" or "The Simpsons," I can clearly see a sliver of the full 16-by-9 frame at the top of my LCD screen, below which are black pillar boxes on the left and right edges of the screen, reducing the frame to 4-by-3. My local FOX affiliate's "bug" (logo) is in the bottom corner of the right pillar box. Their Master Control monitors would certainly reveal this in underscan mode. Why doesn't FOX just show these programs in their full 16-by-9 glory? Could it be they're shot in widescreen Standard Definition, and FOX doesn't want to mislead us into thinking it's HDTV? Even so, they'd look better without the pillar boxes than forcing those watching at home to use their TV or set-top box controls to blow-up the 4-by-3 image to fill their 16-by-9 screens.