My sense is that, when it comes to a HDTV and a potential HD DVD, people are eager for a progressive version of the highest available interlaced resolution -- 1080p. And my understanding is that the highest two HDTV resolutions, 720p and 1080i, require about the same bandwidth. So any higher resolution progressive video specification should allow for an equivalent interlaced format. So if 1080p (1080 x 1920 progressive) were made a reality, wouldn't there also be the potential for an interlaced format like 1520 x 2700 (call it 1520i)? If that were available, what would use use: 1080p or 1520i? Or is there something particularly great about 1080p? Is it the progressive display and if so, why isn't 720p good enough for a future HD DVD? Or would people just use 1520i and commence grumbling that there's no 1520p? (which would then come out and its cousin, 2130i). So what do you think? Is 1080p the path to true HT satisfaction? How about a higher res interlaced format? Will we ever be content?