'WHY YOUR HDTV MAY ONLY BE HALF AS CLEAR AS YOU THINK' Quote form the Daily Mail March 18th 2006.... HD broadcasts offer up to two million pixels, 99% of 'HD-ready' tv's sold to British homes can show only 921,600 pixels, just 44% of the full potential. The number of pixels is key, the greater number the more detail in the image. Comment from Brian Robertson 'People are being misled. It is clear to me that the sales people pushing these TVs do not know about this issue themselves'. Manufacturers and retailers could end up cashing in twice. There seems to be a significant difference in HD-ready tv's and 'full' HDTV. HD-ready tv pixel count 921,000 approx pixel count. Full HDTV pixel count 2,000,000 approx pixel count. Your comments would be appreciated. I have just spent the better part of £2000 on a Samsung LE41M61BX.