Not to be mean, but did u not read my post. NO PRODUCT ON THE MARKET TODAY IS HDCP Compatible. For a product to be HDCP Compatible, it has to have a chip in it that has a code for it to decrypt the HDCP Signal. How is someone supposed to put a HDCP chip in a TV, when the spec hadn't been finalized yet, (until recently as of now). This has been a problem with the newest ATI and NVidia graphics cards. On the box, they say HDCP Compatible. (According to the article I read, they may be compatible, but NOT Compliant.) This means, that you can't just upgrade the firmware for the card, and then it be compliant. You would have to send your card back to them, because there has to be a specific chip on the videocard for the HDCP Signal and no videocard on the market has the HDCP chip on it. This is basically the same as for TVs.