Well, it seems that while the audio function of the 4800 series is great as it actually does what it is supposed to do but the actual picture quality is terrible with most of the displays I've tried. There is a layer of pixelation that totally ruins the movie watching experience on my Sanyo PLV-Z5 projector. It also looks pixelated on my Sceptre X32BV-Full HD 1080p 32" HDTV and I'm pretty sure the same effect is there on my Vizio 32" 1080p HDTV. (I haven't tried standalone DVD players or HD-DVD/BLU RAY) Unfortunately for me the VGA on the Vizio is even worse than the HDMI. Now it isn't that bad on smaller displays like the 32' HDTVs or 24" monitors but this is a joke for Home Theater projection. I've been using Power DVD 9 and watching a lot of interpolated DVDs and I was wondering why my cheap as hell Viewsonic XGA DLP projector was looking so much better than my PLV-Z5. It simply is because it uses a VGA connection where the pixelation is not a problem. The HDMI implementation with the supplied adapters from ATI is partially broken and at the sacrifice of the audio capabilties for the best video quality it is wise to use either DVI to HDMI cables from another source or get adapters other than what ATI offers. Hopefully future video cards with native HDMI won't have this problem.