Seriously, why? There are 20", $150 CRT monitors out there that support resolutions ABOVE 1080p. My literally 8-year-old monitor in front of me is running at 1600x1200 (that's taller than 1080p but not as wide, and both wider and taller than 720p). It would probably sell for $50 if I sold it. Yet, I go to Best Buy and there are $600 HDTV's that run at 1080i, don't support 720p, look somewhat fuzzy, have no tuner (so its just a monitor, really), and are much fatter than my CRT behind the screen. Why is this so? Does it make more sense for me to go out and buy a big CRT monitor and an adapter and use that for my next gen consoles? And does anyone know where I can find 480p TV's? I figure, 720p HDTV's are quite a bit more expensive than 1080i HDTV's, and some people have said that 480p can sometimes look better than 1080i because interlacing looks so bad, and the Revolution and my current GameCube max out at 480p anyway (though I plan to buy a PS3 eventually), so if I could get a 30" EDTV at 480p, I'd be happy. Preferably through Best Buy, as my sister gets employee discounts.