The great thing about digital signals is that they can be manipulated to be displayed on almost anything. With a HK$10 device (an HDMI to DVI convertor), a signal intended for a digital television can be sent to a computer screen. With the move away from analogue and into digital it won't matter what is used to view that information. Large, high-definition flat screens will show viewers whatever they want, whenever they want to see it. It is likely that the viewing of films will be similar to how people listen to music today: songs downloaded to a device such as Apple's iPod that allow users to listen to them when they want to. Eventually, the same thing will be possible with films. Some people are already doing this with their iPods, but not everybody likes the small screen. It is highly likely, however, that people will fit their homes with more than one high-definition monitor so that they can display anything they want on them: computer data, films, images to go with music and even standard television programmes.