I've been keen to get more HD content for a while but can't help thinking that with the way memory sticks are getting smaller and with greater capacity that soon spinning shiny discs maybe a thing of the past and solid state may provide a more reliable, portable and resilient media. Therefore (and I realise there may be a format thing to do) could it be viable that in the near future Blu-ray quality HD films could be released (and protected) on USB sticks and then you could use the interface on the HDR to play them... for obvious copyright reasons not transfer them to disk, just real-time play. Now that would be one hell of a feature. No requirement for another box, or TV feed or AV receiver connection. Is a USB2 interface fast enough to pass through the amount of data required for HD content ? Would the distributors be interested in the format ? Is this a viable strategy ? Could it be just a firmware upgrade from Hummy and the film distributors to get onboard and it's Blu-ray players are R.I.P.