OK, so I've had a look at a movie I like, when "trailer" was selected, under the text "movie description" (I think that is what it was called) at the bottom I saw the text HD, when I moved to "rent" I saw the text Widescreen, I moved to "Rent HD" and I saw HD again, I moved to "Buy" and it showed Widescreen, does this mean I can only buy movies in Widescreen and the option to watch them in HD is only available when you rent them? EDIT: From what I've read, apparently you can't buy HD movies, is this correct? I guess it is, does anyone know why? I was planning on buying the movie, but I thought I should rent and then check before spending my money. I don't know much about this stuff, is Widescreen the same as HD? or better or does that mean standard definition or what? I currently notice with HD (I rented the movie in HD) that the movie covers the entire screen - which I really liked, would it do the same with widescreen, or would I get the black bars at the top and bottom - I don't want to rent it again in Widescreen just to find out. I'm not quite sure what any of it means, can anyone help me? It does say this on the Apple TV page: Perhaps the movies I'm looking at don't offer the ability to buy them in HD? I checked several that also didn't offer the option to buy them in HD, you'd think if you could rent them in HD you could also buy them right?, the one I watched was "Ghost Town". I'd appreciate if anyone could explain to me any of this stuff.