Since an ATSC receiver has to be able to decode both integer frame rates of 24fps, 30fps, and 60fps along with their ratio modified (1000/1001) rates of 23.976fps, 29.97fps, and 59.94fps how much more expensive are ATSC receivers? If the ATSC standard had dropped the old NTSC frame rate and did just integer rates would the receivers be 50$ or even 100$ cheaper? Since the expense of sticking with the old NTSC frame rates will be on consumers while it would have been on broadcasters had it been integer only, it seems that the American public will have to pay for broadcasters cheapness. Is there some hidden benefit to having receivers that can do both that I haven't seen? I know there are numerous reasons why an integer frame rate is better with computers yet there seems to be no benefit of non-integer frame rates.