I created a thread like this a couple months ago, in hope of some answers... and all I got were some guessed answers, and everyone was unsure about how they ACTUALLY looked on the iPod Touch video screen (native resolution is 480 x 320) I have half my TV Shows encoded in 320 x 240, made for the 5.5G iPod Video. I do not own a Touch, so I have no way to tell. I have heard many guesses from people that 320 x 240 videos are either stretched or have black bars surrounding the entire screen to fit 320 x 240 on the screen. Well, I am here to ask HOW they look. Are they stretched or are there surrounding black bars? I would rather have the stretch, which doesn't seem to bother me as much since it would fill up the screen, than to have a measly 320 x 240 encoding with black bars... So, for anyone who has 320 x 240 video files on their iPod Touch, what exactly is it? Stretched or black bars? I would appreciate exact and precise answers rather than guesses. I do not want people posting if they do NOT have 320 x 240 videos on their Touch. Thank you.