After having thought that I was ready to buy my first 32 or 37 inch LCD screen, people started pointing out that the 1366 x 768 screens have black borders with certain inputs. There was hope that the 1920 x 1080 resolution would eliminate them and it was assumed that these screens were just around the corner. This raises several questions: 1. Are the borders caused by DVDs not being at 16 x 9? 2. Are current widescreen broadcasts 16 x 9? 3. What standard have America adopted? 4. What is Europe and most importantly Sky likely to use? 5. Will the higher resolution screen (of same pixel ratio) make any difference to the borders around the edges? 6. Is there a good reason based on above or otherwise to wait for the 1920 x 1080 screens? 7. Are the 1920 x 1080 resolution screens just around the corner for 32 inch size panels? 8. Sharp's supersize screens are already supposed to use this resolution. Has anyone seen one of these? 9. Using an HDMI/HDCP DVD Player, dot-for-dot what resolution is coming through? I think that's enough questions for one day!