Currently, an ntl technology trial in Chorleywood is delivering speeds of up to 20Mb to a school, small business and several homes. This level of speed and bandwidth offers the opportunity to enjoy a host of new services. These include high definition TV, 1000 channel global radio, video conferencing amongst friends & family, global gaming, low cost IP telephony, video email, and of course the things people already use broadband for, but at much greater speed. This is taken from a recent press release which announced that all NTL broadband customers are to be moved up to 10 Meg next year, with pricing being on useage rather than speed. I assume the Samsung boxes will be capable of these speeds. Question is, does this herald the commencement of some kind of High Definition TV service ? I guess we'll have to wait and see.