I have a good question about Tru-HD. From what I've heard, only the upcoming models of screens will support 1080p. However, I've noted a few things. Computers altogether are able to run high resolution progressive scan images. VGA and D-Sub generally can be used to run up 1200p. I have a computer and plasma screen in my den. I can get it to go to 1920x1080 in the settings panel. My father, however, claims that it is not actually 1080p, and that it actually uses a refresh rate of 30 frames. It only stands to reason that if most monitors (even an old CRT that I used to have) can run signals of 1200p, then so can plasma screens running VGA. It's also questionable how the refresh rate becomes limited as the resolution goes up. My low-end Radeon 9200 with my 15" LCD screen runs up to 768p75, but I'm not sure what the maximum resolution for my screen is. Anyone know if 1080p is only a myth now, or is it really more supported than people will claim?