All this talk about 1080p, but no one seems to know if the device will handle conventional TV frame rates. Even the previous Apple TV @ 720p was essentially 'broken' by only being able to display source material with frame rates of 24, 25 or 30 frames per second. Even conventional broadcast TV has 50 or 60 images per second: Essential for programmes like sport or reality-type programming which need high motion rendition. Movies are OK because they are only 24 frames per second. But I'm not talking about movie content. What if the source was shot at 50 or 60? They are effectively halving the frame rate by dropping every second frame. Heck, even 50i or 60i would do the trick. So, is the flavour of 1080P that Apple will serve up locked into the low frame rates? Or will they finally deliver 1080P/50 & 1080P/60? Something tells me that this new generation of Apple TV will still be locked into 'half frame rate' HDTV. Sport will look juddery, only showing 1080P/30, ie half the frames.