Hi, I'm a new in this forum (decided to join after noticing some people with very interesting insights here) and this is my first post. I have always thought about getting an iPad and now that is pretty much confirmed that the iPad 3 will have retina display i will definitively get one but some questions have risen and i would appreciate if someone shed some light into it. I only own an iPod touch and iPhone 4s whenever I play an hd video or flick tru some hi-res photos, they look amazing bc of retina display. Now i know an HD video is not playing in native HD since those displays are only 960x640 so even though the video is not in native HD it still looks great bc of retina in such a small display, since the iPad display would be 2048x1536 an hd movie (let's say 720p) would play at a full resolution on the iPad 3 display, But since Apple would pack 4 times as many pixels compared to the current iPad in that same area, wouldn't that make the movie look bad? I mean the movie resolution has not switched. It's still 1280x720 running on a 2048x1536 display but there would be way more pixels in that same space than lets suppose the same movie playing on an iPad 2 , so would the pixels stretch? I really have no clue, i know that the answer must be simple. Can anyone help me understand this?