Let me get something straight here... Is it true that there only very few Rear Projection HDTVs on the market that have a 1920x1080 native resolution? This means that all 1080i source is meant for this native resolution for the truest possible presentation, but most RPTVs do not even honestly show even a 1080i signal at 1920x1080??? (and 1080i is very common and always primary support of HDTVs and has been around for 4 years or so!) I know that most RPTVs do not have a 1280x720 native resolution and if they can even receive a 720p source, they will convert it to the 1080i resolution. ..but I never in a million years would have expected an HDTV to not even support a 1920x1080 resolution when that seems to be the whole point of 1080i signals!! For example... I just bought the Mitsubishi Gold Plus 65411. 2003 model. It does not support 1920x1080, right? Toshiba 65H82.. does not support 1920x1080... HDX82, no... Hitachi SWX, XWX, both don't support.. Pioneer Elite, nope.. Panasonic.. nope. Sony... nope. Can this be true? This is scewed up. Could someone help me understand... Is this true? I honestly thought that if a TV natively support 1080i formats, than it can fully display a 1920x1080i resolution. Am I completely mistaken here?