Hey everyone, It feels right that Apple may update their ATV line in a few weeks with 1080p because of the proposed iPad3 screen and rumors in past about studios submitting 1080p to iTunes. I am in the midst of beginning to transcode my blu-ray collection. Naturally, Handbrake can handle 720p fine with the ATV2 preset. But it is my understanding that that preset is designed specifically to work in Apple's requirements for the ATV2 (but I need 1080p in the future since I watch my movies on a 91" projector). So my question is, should I wait to see what the ATV3 ends up being and Handbrake to release a preset for the new 1080p ATV (that is, hold onto my mkvs for the time being)? Or should I attempt transcoding the mkvs to 1080p? My original plan was to make two versions for the time being, a 720p and a 1080p. But from what I can gather, simply changing the resolution in Handbrake to 1920x1080 does not really up the quality, since I would also need to decrease the RF as well, though I am not sure what is a good number. Hence my dilemma, should I wait for the ATV3 to come out to know its' limitations or can someone suggest a RF for my 1080p files that will be in the realm of usable on the proposed ATV3? Thank you in advance!