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In 2008, older viewers who have lived their whole lives in 4:3 will initially gawk at a custom interface like 11:15 and feel that the ratio is odd, confining, or forced - but no one is wondering whether or not a widescreen LCD looks awesome ripping HD, because we've warmed up to the idea in the movie theater. Widescreen seems like a natural evolution, although just a few years ago we were staring at our moderately hi-res, bulky 4:3 CRTs, and marveling at how crisp the images looked in comparison to a normal television. No doubt you'll see some of the hip kids reverting to 4:3 for its "vintage" appeal, and there might even be readers out there who have taken that stance already; arguing that the TV ratio they grew up watching Thundercats on will never - EVER - die, regardless of what widescreen is doing at large.
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