There's this weird thing in HDTV land going on. Full HD is fine and dandy. It's 1920x1080 pixels, and so is the 1080P (Full HD) content you can play on it. But HD Ready tv's are really odd, I think. Why did all the makers of those sets settle for the 1366x768 pixels standard? Why, when most content is 720P (let's call that Normal HD)? I mean, all these tv's have screens with a 16:9 proportion. The Normal HD content is 720 pixels high, so a width of 1280 would make a perfect 16:9 proportion. But why then does an HD Ready tv has a 1366x768 pixels screen, while a 1280x720 resolution makes so much more sense? Can somebody please explain why this is?