One thing that bothers me is when a screen is set to display video in the wrong aspect ratio, usually stretched horizontally to fit the screen. Late last night I finally got my FPV kit installed and low and behold, the image is stretched in 16:9 mode. Image looks fine in 4:3 but of course cropped on each side, which is also annoying. So I'm wondering which device is introducing the issue. Is it the iOSD, since mine displays data both above and below the camera image (squeezing the image vertically), thus making it impossible to properly fill the screen? Or is it my Lumenier monitor (I think not)? On YouTube I see examples of iOSD data being displayed as I am seeing, as well as the data being superimposed completely within the camera image, no stretching required to fill the screen. I will update the iOSD firmware and hope that corrects the issue, otherwise I'll be viewing a 4:3 image and wasting valuable screen real estate, unless I can figure a way to keep the iOSD data within the confines of the video. Later that day... Ran the iOSD assistant and am up to date. Sadly, I see no way to alter the overlay to be contained entirely within the video frame. Any ideas?