Hi Everyone!! Like most of you I am very excited at the prospect of getting HDTV here in the UK in the next year or so. This is the reason why I am holding out as long as I can before I buy a decent Plasma/LCD/DLP screen as I want the latest technology available to us at the time. As HDTV has been going on for so long in the USA and Japan, My question is, Here in the UK, will be be getting a basic or watered down version of HDTV? The reason I ask, is that I cannot see SKY changing all of their equipment to the HDTV standard. Secondly, I believe there are now various forms and standards of HDTV, of which I do not know all the forms but can anyone tell me if the what we finally get will not be an inferior out dated version or a watered down version to suit Sky's present equipment and that only serves to maximise its profits? I dont care how much profit Sky make as long as they charge a fair and reasonable price that everyone can realistically afford and as long as we get true high definition. I appreciate that theres no way we are going to get the very latest technology out there as traditionally we never have and never will - but I dont want to be a case of "They have nothing so they will settle for anything they get or what we think is good enough for their market" Thats always how its been after all! Suave!