I should have kept at article out of the "Mail on Sunday" a few weeks ago which talked about the HD rip off and said that only one current PlasmaTV was on sale with enough pixels to get the most out of SKY HD. It seemed to indicate that even with HDReady was a minimum standard number of pixels to qualify and just the copyright protection. This did not mean you were getting the maximum picture quality for 720P or 1080i which SKY would broadcast. Did anyone else read this or make any comments? Anyway back to me. I have a PT-AE500, a "high-definition" not HD ready - LCD projector which i have had for 2 years now and have been really pleased with as project onto a 9ft Screen. It incorporates a 1280 x 720-pixel widescreen LCD panel with a three-layer RGB structure, to deliver an effective 2.76 million pixels on screen according to what i can find documented with it. ( I must say i am confused as i thought 1280x720= 921600 so not sure how then you times this by 3 for red/green/Blue to get to your 2.76m pixils? someone else explain this one. The booklet says it can can do 720P or 1080i signals so i am guessing my SKYHD will be quite good. ( I HAVE DONE THE PRE ORDER) What are the Pixel numbers for most Plasmas & LCDs on sale? or that others own.