1080p potential? Our early adopter Stewee waited in line for initial distribution of the Sony BluRay player. It was his 1st available 1080p source. Other had been only 1080i. He estimated the difference at maybe 5% improvement. Small considering 1080i is already so close to the top of available resolution.
Suit yourself, but if you could box the 1st unit up to return & exchange for the 1080p unit, you'd be at the highest potential & would continue to appreciate that for quite some time.
Quick question. I just recently purchased the Samsung HL-S5687W DLP television. I see that it got a "Very Good" rating on this site. To wait out the Blu-Ray/HD-DVD war, I picked up the Samsung HD860 upscaling player. Should I take it back and get the HD960 because it uses 1080p (the tv is 1080p)? Or should I just stay with the HD860? Is the difference so slight that I shouldn't bother? Thanks for your time and help!