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"Dr So there's there's this drive on the streaming side to remastered the content because they know people will appreciate it they will sign up for the services and there's consumer behavior that shifting the services says and then there's hardware that can display it to you. That's kind of a series of coincidences. But I think it's actually driving an upgrade cycle. I do not know what part of the Upgrade Cycle all eight K is going to get like if you just spin it out into the future. The I I'm sorry if you look at the history and spin it out. In the future the HD HD upgrade cycle was driven kind of by accident by form factor. People wanted to get flat-panel. TV's and they ended up with seven twenty PhD display. Because that's what they were in. An actress kept happening but that was they just wanted smaller thinner. TV's put in the world so they could get them the three D. cycled in happened because known shit the curve TV cycle legal. Didn't like the they keep trying but now there's a place where there's an abundance of content from streaming services. Consumer behavior is changing you. Maybe don't want a bunch of boxes under your TV. It's easier to buy a Roku TV. Or whatever"