Hi, Digital cinema has been hailed as the biggest thing since film itself. While I wouldn't go that far it is a major advancement nonetheless. The problem is that now it is far too expensive for your average theater to purchase and it only lasts for a few years at most. If you want digital production in every theater you're looking at barely 1,500 theaters. The resolution is not as high as traditional screens...yet. I think that in 5 years this problem will be rectified. How do you think the $$ issue should be combated. Investment would seem to be the obvious thing but digital projection is a money-loser so not much there.