Not to mention a LOT of HDD space. Every time I start to get interested in doing uncompressed HDMI capture, I start to question whether it is worth it to build a RAID array big enough and fast enough to handle uncompressed HD video (and audio). I captured uncompressed SD video years ago (S-video out from Dish Network box), and it was such a relief to go to HD (FusionHDTV capture card) where everything was captured in its "still compressed" form. Not to mention, these HDCP breaking devices will not be easy to come by (local electronics stores probably couldn't sell them), but at least if the master key is known, revocation would become a non-issue. Meaning, if you get one that works based on this new info, it should continue to work forever.