Last week, I asked you to let us know how many of you owned a high definition television set. Your answers are now in. Let's take a look!
I posed the question because, in the wake of comments from Epic's Mark Rein and the continuing discussion over games which cater to owners of HDTVs, I was curious to see just how many of you are affected by things like Mass Effect 2's tiny text.
Turns out, not many. 77.9 per cent of you told us you have a high definition TV set. For those still kicking it in the standard definition era, your reasons for staying were varied, 45.6 per cent saying the more modern televisions were too expensive, 24.4 per cent of you saying you - like I did for a while there - get by using your console on a PC monitor, and 17 per cent saying you were perfectly happy with standard definition, thank you very much.
Now, we're not going to claim this is a scientific study. The purchasing habits of Kotaku readers may/do not dovetail with those of the "average" consumer. But you know what, we had 13,245 responses, so average or not, that's one hell of a sample group.
In the interests of transparency, you can see the full results spread below. Note that all votes cast were guarded against duplication by both IP address and cookies.