We're having a debate over in this thread: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/youtube-app-can-now-play-videos-60fps.1893965/ . Several guys think that the relatively new YouTube app on the TV3 can now play 720p 60fps video to their HDTVs. Most of the support is subjective- people claiming they can see 60fps via select YouTube videos that do indeed have 60fps options available to computers with enough horsepower to play 60fps versions. I'm skeptical that TV3 can output 60fps, believing that even if it's fed a 720p60fps video (as I've done myself), it is dynamically cutting 60fps to 30fps and that's what is pushed out to our HDTVs. The key here is a hypothesis that the new YouTube app might be doing something with software that is beyond the hardware specs shared by Apple- a video fps hack if you will, squeezing more fps out of TV3 than previously published and/or tested. So we need a new, objective test. Does anyone have a frame capture box, card or some kind of fps meter capable of receiving 720p 60fps video via HDMI? If so, could you hook up your TV to your box and try a few of the videos referenced in that thread to see if it actually is outputting 60fps? We'd all love to know that the TVs we already own have this capability. Thanks!