Interested. Actually im still at a loss with my "what projectors can light up a 150" screen with a picture considered high definition" quest. I so do not know much when it comes to the video part of hometheater. I have a couple short questions i'd like to shoot off if anyone wouldnt mind tackling them. what's the highest resolution achievable as far as what we have to work with today? My friend told me computer monitors (or some type of computer monitor) have the highest resolution, is that true? My friend also told me once high definition tube tvs have better picture quality then a plasma tv, is that true? Are all plasma tv's high defintion? HD TVs arent just higher definition then normal tvs, they are capable of producing a better image as long as where that image is comming from is HD right? How does high definition tie in with DVDs? Do DVDs look even better on High Definition tvs or is there no connection (like how vhs looks bad on all tvs)? Is it as simple as using component wires from your tv to your dvd player or is there another box involved or what? are LCDs and Plasma tvs just different technologies able to get the same picture quality or is one better then the other? How do you rate quality of a picture when there's film involved? We seem to use a pixel count to describe resolution with tvs, how's it work with film? These are questions i've toyed around with in my head for so long, tried looking them up, then eventually just lost them in the back of my brain and they've gone unanswered.