Hard to imagine a world without HDTV's and super crisp imagery, but it existed not too long ago. When I first got my Xbox 360, I had a regular old Sony Trinitron. Within a few hours of playing games with muddy textures, and impossible to read text, I came to the realization that I would have to upgrade my TV. Not a small task mind you, as the average price for an HDTV in those days were around $1500 if my memory serves correct. I bit the bullet and purchased a 38" Phillips 1080i HDTV for, get this, twenty-four fucking hundred dollars. It was a little advanced at the time, as it came with one HDMI port for the future when that shit would become the norm. It was all about the component cables back them. Shortly after that, I figured I may as well get into this new craze that would surely never fail, in HD-DVDs. Got the 360 add-on, and it came with Peter Jackson's King Kong. Popped that fucker in, and my GOD. At the time, it almost seemed 3D, the picture was so life like. It must've felt like when people purchased their first colour TV back in day, and got their first glimpse after years of B&W imagery. I've never been as wow'd by any technology that has come since. So yeah, Peter Jackson's King Kong was my first. How 'bout you?