Nintendo announced last week that will officially not support high-definition with the gamecube successor. IMO, this isn't that big of a deal but other hardcore gamers seem to be pissed about the whole thing. My question is, how much does HD support cost? If it's a couple of dollars Nintendo is out of their collective mind. However, if this helps the Revolution debut at $199, I'm all for it. I technically play all my PC games at HD (1280x1024), and it's not as cool as it sounds. I doubt the jump from 480i to 720p in games will be as dramatic as the same jump in video quality. While on the subject, the add-on DVD playback for Revolution angered me at first. But after more careful consideration, I realized that at launch I will already have 4 DVD players hooked to my TV (modded xbox, xbox 360, standard DVD player, and PS2). Any thoughts?