I was just reading the article found here... http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/..._hdcp_support/ Which expresses on Page 2 that Blu-Ray and HD-DVD won't work on computers at 1080p, because of HDCP protection which apparently all board manufactuerers have left out of the board design, despite the fact that the GPU's themselves support it. Which has lead to my wondering if the writer was misinformed, as what he's talking about sounds identical to the optional downconversion we've been discussing elsewhere. The article is also "Windows Vista" centric, which again makes me wonder about how well informed the writer is, as this would indicate that BR and HD-DVD won't support Xp or even Linux. This would be the first I've heard of these kinds of limitations computer side, and the article appears vague enough that I really wonder if there's some misunderstandings on the writers part. I mean, from what he's saying it sounds like BR and HD-DVD won't work without a new videocard and Windows Vista. Anyone have any info of this? Maybe someone who attended CES can confirm or deny part or all?