I was wondering how "future proof" today's electronics are if you bought either an LCD/Plasma tv, reciever, HDMI wires and will they be able to transmit later advances and technologies when they come available? For example, today's good recievers can transmit Dolby TrueHD and DTS-MA, THX+ Ultra2 Plus and so on. Current tv's can display up to 1080p. HDMI wires are 1.3a or 1.3b Category2 certified fot 1080p. Now in the future when Dolby and DTS release more advanced sounds to decode that are superior to Dolby TrueHD will my Pioneer SC05 reciever be able to transmit it? When tv's are designed with 1440p, 1600p, 1920p, 2160p resolutions will current HDMI wires, recievers and tv's be able to decode and transmit it properly or will all the electronics we own now need to be replaced to handle the new formats?