I sent an email off to Sony asking about this, but knowing how thier customer service is, I figured I'd probably get a jackass/uneducated answer from them, so I'd ask in here. 1: Video Resolution: Supposedly the PS3 either A: Doesn't have a scaler built into it, or B: Has a scaler built into it that isn't currently being used. Because of this, supposedly when playing video games that are 1080P, on a TV that is only capable of 1080i/720p, instead of the PS3 scaling it down to one of those resolutions, it instead drops the game to 480p. Does anyone know anything about this/has this been fixed? 2: In light of the above question, if playing a Blue-Ray Disc in the same situation, will it play the Blue-Ray Disc at 1080i, or drop it to 480p, and I might as well just get a regular DVD? 3: I currently have the PS3 hooked up to one system (a 4:3 Projector based theater that's 1080i/720p capable, via component). I am planning on adding a TV in the MBR that is 1080P capable, and within remote control range of the PS3. My plan is to run a HDMI cable from my audio rack where the PS3 is located, to the TV location in my MBR. I want to be able to use the PS3 in the theater when I feel like it and in the MBR at other times (obviously not at the same time). While I understand that if I set the PS3 resolution to 1080p, my projector will choke on it, I want to know if I can keep both, the projector, and the 1080P TV plugged into the PS3 with 2 seperate cable types, without having any problems. I'd rather not have to go behind the PS3 and unplug one cable and plug the other one in, each time I want to change what screen I'm playing it on. Anyone have any experience with this?