I am recent subscriber to Dish Network and notice on several channels screen artifacts when the picture or people in the picture are moving. The artifacts show up as black "pixels" or lines trying to catch up to whatever was moving. For example, MTV2 seems to be the worst culprit, but there are others. When a musician is moving about they are leaving black lines after movement. Also, on some bright colored "bars" or graphics (yellow seems to be particluarly bad), you can see black lines streaming through the graphic. There are some channels that even seem to be, for lack of a better term, saturated and fuzzy. Is this an issue of signal strength or am I experiencing hardware issues? Anyone else have a similar problem? Is this a DBS issue in general? I've recently experienced a "multi dish switch error" as well and I am beginning to think that I may have a faulty sat receiver. I'm running the following equipment: Mitsubishi WS-55807 (16:9 HD-ready monitor), Dish PVR (model 501), Pioneer Elite VSX-07TX receiver. All video signals are using Monster M1000 s-video cables. I've also adjusted the video settings per Video Essentials. I've actually had to "turn down" the color and tint settings on the monitor's DBS input to avoid over-saturation (thank you Mitsubishi for allowing different video settings for different inputs). Any input from HTF members would be greatly appreciated.