So let me get this straight. We'll plug the adapter for the wireless power mat into the wall, then convert to wireless power, then convert back into wired power, then plug the old adapter into the wireless to wired power adapter, then plug the (phone, computer, whatever) into the mess? Hmm. That's Rube Goldbergish.
The Constitution guarantees the right to keep and bear arms, not the right to shoot an innocent child. There is a difference.
My processor is idle all of the time. It sits in single digit percentage of usage most of the time when I'm browsing the web, using Word, etc.
Once again: there is a difference in what is and what is supposed to be.
What is and what is supposed to be aren't always the same. While driving on public roadways is regulated as a privilege, there is a section in the Constitution of the USA that deals with non-enumerated rights: "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people." (Ninth amendment to the US Constitution)
If you're implying it takes spending $1100+ on a scaler to approach the quality of Blu-ray, I'll just spend the lesser amount and actually get Blu-ray. I also get the added advantage of lossless audio in most cases as well.