http://money.cnn.com/2005/11/10/commentary/game_over/column_gaming/index.htm ..."Value has been a key card for us this generation and we'll continue to play it," Fils-Aime told me. "Do I expect us to be at a lower price point than our competition? Yes I do. Have we determined a price yet? No we haven't."... ...One thing's for sure: The Revolution will not support high definition video, a marked divergence from the path Microsoft and Sony are taking. And it's not something the company is re-thinking, despite the fervent hopes of some hardcore gaming fans. Casual and non-gamers, the company feels, are less interested in flashy graphics than enjoyable games. And the large files that go hand in hand with high definition video result in "almost interminably long" load times for games, said Fils-Aime, something that would also be detrimental to a mainstream audience. "What we'll offer in terms of gameplay and approachability will more than make up for the lack of HD," he said... Well now that it is official the Revolution wont support HD you can count me out. It is 2005 building a NON-HD console is retarded at best imho. Oh well let the wait begin for the 360 and PS3 launches.