Hey guys. Now I know this isn't an AV forum, but you guys seem fairly knowledgeable so I thought I'd bounce this off you. I recently got a 37" HDTV. My first - so I've been reading up a bit on the subject. From what I understand there will be very little if any 1080P broadcast material due to bandwidth constraints. Almost all my HD channels broadcast in 720P with an occasional 1080i program. I know my 1080P set upconverts to its native resolution, but this makes a lot of 480P/I material look like crap - very fuzzy. One article I read said that 1080P is of questionable value for television broadcasts as a result. The author implied that a 720P set might have an advantage since it didn't have to upconvert so many programs - and doesn't have to fill in as much on as a 1080P set on old 480 I/P shows when upconverting to the native resolution. Does this sound right or is he full of it? I know the 1080P would be superior for Blu-Ray discs, but I have a great Pioneer upconverting DVD player, so I don't play on getting a Blu-Ray player for at least a year or so. Kind of feels like paying a little more for the 1080P set wasn't worth it (over the 720P ones). I am using HDMI as well.