In all this Sky HD hysteria (well, inpatience at having to wait), it has only occured to me now that anyone lucky enough to get Sky HD is going to have a beautiful, really wonderfully annoying problem. If the broadcasts live up to expectations, we are going to get wonderfully clear football matches, all the US dramas, and this brilliant BBC Series Planet Earth all in HD - Now if anyone is at all like me, you find yourself archiving alot of Sky+ content onto a Hard Disk DVD Recorder and subsequently onto DVD - This is wonderful for me, I don't really have alot of time to watch everything, but I don't have to worry as I can archive it for a less hectic time/rainy day. But with Sky HD, I am going to want to have 24, Desperate Housewives, Footy, Docus, Films, and Planet Earth all kept - I will also want to watch them again to admire the quality - But this HD Box has very limited space for storing the content, and as far as I know there does not exist a current method for archiving the content as is in an HD resolution. Add to this, that Sky are going to want to prevent you ever backing up or archiving HD content, and once the boxes are HDMI this will be nigh on impossible. Now I know that it is early days and perhaps a way will be found to provide a solution or workaround to keeping and archiving HD material - But for the first six month's at least, the early adopters will have to watch the HD programmes and delete, I'd say 1 full series of 24 and the full series of Planet Earth would fill your box completely! Any thoughts?