so it looks like this is 1080p after all . . .
i also noticed this in their marketing piece:
"Watch movies in the best high-definition picture quality available today. Whether you're watching a Hollywood title in HD or enjoying crystal clear video captured from your compatible HDV camcorder, the VAIO® XL3 Digital Living System is capable of playing high-definition Blu-rayDisc movies in stunning clarity and incredible full HD 1080 resolution."
hard to believe they wouldn't know they'd be courting a lawsuit if this wasn't 1080p.
now for the cable card: has anyone had experience with cable cards and comcast in the sf bay area? they tried to install one in my aquos about a year ago, and had absolutely no idea what they were doing, so i gave up and went with the box. anybody with a better experience recently?
one more question: can you actually record hd programming to the hard drive, or is most of this content protected even when sent by cable?