Hi folks, As this enquiry specifically relates to High Definition I hope you won't mind me raising it in this forum. I'm preparing to build a new PC, but want to make sure that it's future-proofed for HD. Sky is obviously going to be using its own self-contained HD system for UK transmissions come 2006, but I want something that can handle current European HD satellite broadcasts as well as HD-WMV films, and a system that I'll eventually be able to slot a Blu-Ray burner into. Would a Pentium 4 3.4Ghz or AMD 64 3500 processor give me enough "oomph" to cover the demands that the HD technology emerging over the next couple of years is likely to make on a PC? I was disturbed to learn that the very popular range of 6800 graphics cards will not decode certain HD formats, like HD-WMV. 6800 128mb graphics cards are within the price range I was considering, so could anyone suggest an alternative? A 9800 Pro, perhaps? Given that I know very little about graphics cards should I be looking for one with certain outputs for High Definition display? Do any have HDMI outputs, for example? Are there any additional cards I'd need to plan ahead for? Any advice would be very gratefully received!