Sorry if this has been gone over before but I couldn't see it. I note from the "HD Ready" logo spec A. The minimum native resolution of the display (e.g. LCD, PDP) or display engine (e.g. DLP) is 720 physical lines in wide aspect ratio. B. HD capable inputs accept the following HD video formats: o 1280x720 @ 50 and 60Hz progressive (720p), and o 1920x1080 @ 50 and 60Hz interlaced (1080i) notice that B says "accept" the following resolution, not "display" it. notice A only specifies the resolution in terms of lines. The consequence is that 1024x720 plasma panels are now emerging that are being badged with the "HD ready" logo. So what happened to the other 256 pixels? Aren't they important to achieving HD resolution then? Surely this is just going to confuse customers more. Why didn't they specify a minimum display resolution in both directions? To pander to plasma manufacturers?