So, I'm in the planning stage of a fairly large project, and I'm going to be building an HTPC (Among other things. Going to use HyperV when it's released later this year to turn it into a multipurpose server), and I'll also be getting a 1080p project with an HQV processor for upscaling. Now, I've seen this same processor do pertty amazing things to DVDs (Side by side with 720p versions of the same video, the difference between the two pictures is nearly unnoticeable) in other displays. But, since I'll be moving to an HTPC, and plan on keeping it in 1900x1080 resolution, I'm a bit concerned about playing my DVD collection from the machine. I know if I just fullscreen the video, it'll do the scaling itself, which I don't want. Are there any video playback programs out there that will change the resolution while playing the video, like games do? I'd like for it to drop down into whatever resolution the video is native to, and have the HQV do all of the scaling.