Alright, no more griping about how the screens on personal video players are too small (well, you can still complain if you really want to, that's why we love you guys), ok? The screens on these things are never going to get much bigger than six or seven or maybe eight inches (at that point you're better off using a laptop or a tablet PC), so some anonymous Chinese manufacturer is selling a new 20GB & 40GB personal video player that dispenses with the screen entirely and instead bundling it with a wearable display that will supposedly make it seem like you're watching a 36-inch display that's floating in front of you (big emphasis on the supposedly, here). Not the first PVP to come without a screen, and wearable displays are a dime-a-dozen (well, not exactly, but you know what we mean), but as DAPreview notes, for whatever reason no one had ever sold these together before. There are tons of downsides to this approach, like you that can't really carry the whole thing around in your pocket or walk around town with it, but the biggest obstacle as we see it is that you'll look like a complete tool using this thing in public. Oh, and in case you're wondering, the Digital GE DG-THDAV6 supports playback of MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 video files.