It's not really 1080i like a lot of people have been saying. What's actually going on is that the game renders everything at 480 and then passes it through a 1080i signal. I rented this game the other day because of the 1080i support and I was sourly disappointed. It's quite obvious on a decent HDTV that this game is only rendering a 480 lined resolution forced through a 1080i signal (heck, it's going at 60 frames per second, there's no way the Xbox could render THAT high res THAT fast), especially if you've seen REAL 1080i games, like Dragon's Lair 3D or Syberia. In the end, Enter the Matrix looks much better running at 480p. It just really bugs me that they cheaped out on us HDTV owners like that. It's kinda like buying the DVD version of a movie only to find out it's just a transfer of the VHS tape, not the original film Just thought I'd clear that up since a lot of people have commented on the 1080i in Enter the Matrix being really crappy-lookin.