A little question for the well informed of you out there. . . . . As Audio is moving down the digital path (has been for ages actually) with transfering digital sound around for as long as possible before it gets converted to analogue, when will video go the same way, or can it already? To ellaborate, Meridian can take a digital audio signal from a CD or DVD player and pass it uncompressed and unconverted into a digital processor/preamp, this then gets passed uncompressed and unconverted into its digital speakers that then perform the DAC just before the speaker. Can this be done with a video signal? One would assume that when viewing a PC monitor this is a true digital image? Your wisdom please. Ian.