I concur, 1080p is getting to much clout because most people don't understand resolutions fully. I told one of my friends that I saw a 22" IBM monitor I wanted for Graphics design that boasted 3,840 x 2,400 resolution. He responded, "is it 1080p?". It would do to HD 1080p what HD 1080p did to standard TV resolution. Make it look like the crap it is. Granted the IBM monitor doesn't have the contrast ratio or the refresh rate to compared to todays monitors, the still picture quality still trumps todays resolutions. If we had TV's in the 4k resolution with a higher PPI ratio, it would make the pixels almost indistinguishable from a couch. However, facial moles would become more horrendous than ever.