Hello all, First time writer! I am in the army stationed at Ft. Lewis, Wa, which is just south of Seattle/Tacoma. I have spent the last few months researching and have finally bought the new 46 inch Samsung DLP TV. This was 4 days before Comcast promised 'new' channels along with HD and high speed Internet. The new service was supposed to kick off on August 15th. Long story short and many calls later, we started getting the new channels on September 16th. I called and ask for and got my new HD box on the 18th. The tech installed the component cables. Comcast offers the following stations in HD; HBOHD, ShowtimeHD, ESPNHD, KOMO 4(local ABC station), 2 different KCTS stations (local PBS channel). Oh, by the way, KTCSHD has the best HD shows in the area!! Comcast also offers one other channel that broadcast some of the Seattle Mariners games. Ok, so here is the problem(s). Because these channels are 1080i and the other channels aren't, I have to switch my TV from one Component view to antenna mode. The channels on that mode are like watching a VCR type movie. I have to use the Comcast remote control to switch channels as well. So I thought to myself that DVI could solve this problems. I knew that it would improve my basic channels and make my HD channels look amazing. I went to the local store and bought the cable, only to find out the Comcast HD boxes (which is magavox) does not support the DVI signal. I called Comcast and they did indeed tell me that the DVI signal was not going through their box!! The tech told me that they will pass out new boxes in March!!! What gives??? Now I am looking at purchasing direct TV with their DVI input. I have heard that their basic channels looks like DVD and HD are some of the best looking channels out there. Since I am in the army and will be moving in June I know that purchasing Direct TV will be easier since I will own the equipment. What should I do???