Not quite as straight-forward as the subject line suggests, but bear with me... If I'd known then what I know now, I'd have bought something other than my Panny PW6 and my Philips 26" LCD, due to neither of them being HD ready. What I'd like to know now, though, is what's the point in all the HD ready panels now being 720p when, plainly, 1080p is a better resolution. I realise there aren't many 1080p screens available at the moment, but a cynic might say that's because they're holding back on them as another future upgrade path. Am I misunderstanding the way these things work? I don't want to buy a panel that's 'HD Ready' now, but regret my decision again in another year or two. Thanks for any help and explanations.