Sure we've openly wondered whether "HD Radio" is really a good use of the term, but some other products are really pushing the limits. CNET rounded up 14 of the oddest attempts people are using to attach "high definition" quality to whatever they are promoting. Whether or not your next ministry, hunting trip, magnet or book of sales tips will really benefit from a move to 720p or higher is unknown but that won't stop them from trying to sell you on its benefits.