Sorry for asking such a noobish question - I don't know as much as you guys know on this subject so I think I'll only get the answer from experts such as yourselves. The thing is, I'm looking forward to buying the HD-A1 when released here in the UK and enjoying movies in hi-def but I'm worried about the picture quality on the screen I have. I have the Toshiba 32WLT66 LCD with 1366x768 resolution. If I buy the HD-A1, will I see the big difference from DVD or will it be degraded and if so, how much? How will a 1366x768 set handle HD-DVDs? From CNET: When it comes to the HD side of things, the set can handle the 720p and 1080i high-definition formats, but not the rarer 1080p definition. Its native resolution -- in keeping with most 32-inch LCD TVs -- is 1,366x768 pixels, making it perfect for showing 720p sources, but requiring it to downscale 1080i. It says it can handle 1080i HD formats but then it says it even downscales 1080i? Does this mean it will downscale 1080i to 720p? :S Any help anyone can provide would be much appreciated.