I'm not sure that this is the right forum for this post, but since it concerns getting the ultimate pleasure out of watching TV on DVD, I posted it here. I've been following the threads on the new high definition dvd players here at HTF. It clearly looks to me from what I've read that the Toshiba HD A1 is a clear winner early on in this race. I have been within millimeters of hitting the buy now button for this player at Amazon. Here is my dilemma: 98% of what I watch is TV on DVD. I almost never watch a movie; I find I just love the slow unfolding of the story and character development of television shows as opposed the short story approach to movies. That being said I still want to watch what I have in the best quality possible. What I need to know is will this player with its supposed great up-conversion of standard DVDs greatly improve the picture quality of typical TV on DVD sets. Most people are raving about what it will do for standard movies on DVD. The next thing that is holding me back from buying the player now is how long before we start seeing the first releases of TV on DVD in this new format. Right now with the possible exception of Serenity, there is absolutely nothing out there that I am interested in seeing. Are TV on DVD releases on the horizon for release in the HDVD format? Any advice on whether I should buy now or wait, keeping in mind my viewing preferences, would be appreciated.