Advertisements I imagine that most of us know that TiVo Series3's MPEG video decoder chip supports more than just the MPEG-2 streams that ATSC and QAM provide, and the ones generated by its own MPEG encoder chips - it also supports MPEG4 Part 10 (aka H.264) video content. I know that currently the Series3 is new, and it's not exactly been deployed to a wide audience yet, but with the advent of downloadable video content via Amazon Unbox on TiVo, is there any chance that they'll offer moves in HD quality as part of the Unbox service? I also have an Xbox360, and there are a few movie downloads available there, but the selection is a bit, shall we say, slim - and the selection of titles actually *in* HD resolution (720p only) is even slimmer. I know it'd take longer to download, but for those who are willing, is there even a chance? Until Blu-Ray/HDDVD hybrid players become (a) practical (i.e., not a half-done deal like the new LG hybrid player) and (b) affordable, I'd like to be able to get recent movies in HD somehow. I'd given up on TimeWarner's HD PPV selection (their movie selection in HD was almost universally made up of movies I'd never heard of and that didn't interest me - not even a little, mostly arthouse fare - as well as being a very short list) before I got the Series3, so that option's right out in my book. I know that if anyone's actually involved in the Unbox on TiVo beta, they're probably bound by NDAs, but I figured I'd throw the idea out there, in hopes that discussing it might make it happen. You never can tell.