Ok..I got a few questions regarding movies on iTunes: 1) Why are older movies from the 70's and 80's available to rent in HD? I didn't realize HD was a format used to film back then. 2) When I view previews of certain movies, it says the format is widescreen, whereas the preview obviously isn't...What gives here? (see 16 candles and breakfast club) 3) After reading questions 1 & 2, is it possible that using the HD term on older movies means presented in widescreen vs. 4:3? I guess when I think HD, I'm thinking in terms of resolutions of 720p & 1080p, whereas 480p would be considered SD. Should Apple be throwing around the HD bomb so loosely? btw - What happened to Live Free or Die Hard? That was a flagship rental when take 2 was launched..