Now is where you have to congratulate Microsoft even if you don't want to. With the 360 it doesnt matter what resolution the games are in, it always outputs at the resolution chosen (except dvd's, those are 480p)
and skonash- why should we have to upgrade our 2500$ tv after already buying a 1000$ video game console. Sony should have covered every possible situation. how do you overlook the ability to output 1080i? (unless of course, it was rushed to market...)
plus, if you make 35$ an hour, you've already upgraded your tv and your right, your not going to complain. but are you seriously suggesting sony to just give up and say:
actually, now that i read that. i agree, it's not sony's fault. it's ours for buying into early technology.
who would make a tv that supports 1080i and not 720p- early hdtv makers. when the 360 can support the resolutions form 480i-1080p, and the ps3 cant (even when sony's big deal with it was its superb hdtv capabilities) there's a problem. Sony should have included a hardware video scaler if they wanted to make it a truly universal hdtv device.