Just a bit of info... I have a Sony hd ready rptv. I recently got digital cable and hd through Charter Communications. I've calibrated with Avia. I also only view in movie or pro modes on the tv. The coax goes into the box and then out to the tv. The cable box is also hooked via the component/audio cables they supplied. Are their cables any good? Although digital cable and hd look pretty good, could they be better? The analog channels look worse than they used to. When I connect the cable coax directly to the tv(not through the box) they seem to look less grainy. I recall reading somewhere that you should view analog channels via s-video. Is that true? If so, how exactly do I hook it up? Do I leave the cable coax connected as is and just change the tv to that s-video input when viewing an analog channel? I contacted Charter regarding some of these issues and they are going to send someone out to check things out. What questions should I ask them or what things should I have them check? Should the cable box be set up or outputting a certain way to get the best picture? Anything else?...THANKS!