Since the official widescreen ratio is 16:9, I wonder why Apple (and others) have not committed to this standard for "widescreen" computer monitors. Currently, the "widescreen" computer trend is the 16:10 ratio (all current Apple Cinema Displays, along with Sony, Samsung, etc. PC monitors use this ratio). This is a concern because widescreen DVDs will not play completely full screen on widescreen Macs, even though they are advertised to do so. ALL widescreen TV's have a 16:9 ratio and ALL widescreen DVDs use a 16:9 ratio. This ratio is expected to be the standard for all TVs in the future, replacing the traditional 4:3 ratio. It makes sense that computer monitors should follow the trend. After all, the fewer compatibility problems the better. Since Macs are touted as being the machine to have if you're creating DVDs, I wonder why Apple neglected to support the standard widescreen ratio. Do you think they did it on purpose or is it an oversight?