Yet another good idea from the US of A. For those that aren't aware, CableCard is a system that means you can hook your cable service up to your TV, slot in a card, and watch either Standard or High Definition signals without the need for a separate decoder. Yup, it's all handled by the TV. Less wires, more room, and one more video input freed up. Not only that, but it saves you money on having to pay your cable operator for extra decoders if you want the services in more than one room. (Sony's new LCD WEGAs will have CableCard slots when they launch in the coming months, but not on the European versions). As far as I'm aware, this idea hasn't ever really been exploited in Europe - can anyone confirm? I know integrated digital TVs have CAM modules for TopUpTV cards, is this basically just the same thing only Cable compatible? So, is there any hope for this clever (although I have to say, quite obvious) idea coming over here?