There is an article on cricinfo which says that .
"The Sydney Morning Herald reports on plans to expand TV technology ahead of the 2006-07 Ashes. It seems that many of the innovations used for Twenty20 will be tested. Heat-sensor cameras, scientific ball-tracking devices and "in game" player interviews are all being considered. ".
Now rest are fine but "ingame" player interviews for an intense series like ashes.I know it adds a new dimension to the game but i feel it should be restricted to things like 20/20 where the matches have a carnival atmosphere and there is not much pressure but test cricket and especially "THE ASHES" its one serious cricket and just for the sake of better television nothing should be done to distract a players focus from the game.