Last night while I was in Wal~Mart picking up a new printer cartridge, I stumbled across a new HDTV kiosk which had been set up within the past few days. While the kiosk was covered with plasma and tube HD monitors like most are, I noticed a couple things. 1. - All the monitors are 16X9 aspect ratio displaying a widescreen HD program. 2. - There is a sign on one side of the kiosk describing the advantages of HD resolution (1080i, etc...) over standard resolution. On the other side of the kiosk is a sign which I had to look at twice and, upon reading it again, almost shouted and threw my new printer cartridge to the heavens in Kubrickian glee. There was a picture of a 4:3 box labeled 'standard' and a 16:9 box labeled 'widescreen'. I can't remember the exact wording but it was something to the effect of With widescreen, the image fills your entire screen and shows up to 45% more picture than the cropped pan & scan image used for normal movies. Then it goes on to say something to the effect of... Widescreen shows the entire picture like you see it in a movie theater. Also while I was there, I found the unrated versions of Bad(der) Santa and Eurotrip. I know we still have a long way to go in winning the war against MAR, but I think this was a good blow dealt by the OAR side.