One of the cons listed by cnet on the Samsung TXM3098whf is that the set "has standard resolution, which is considerably less favorable than some similarly priced TVs. For example, the Zenith C32V23, a 32 inch TV at around $1,296, has HDTV resolution. Also, this TV has only a 30 inch screen size. This is not out of line with the product's price, but is less favorable than the average TV on the market today." What does that mean it has standard resolution and not HDTV resolution? This is especially confusing to me since the set is HDTV compatible. Is this a misprint?