I got my first glimpse of HD content and had mixed emotions about it. So I like to ask some questions to make sure I doing everything right. First off all here is the equipment I am using. Toshiba 50HX81 and Samsung T150 HDTV decoder. Now I'm not complaining about the equipment because I'm still bouncing off the walls and can't believe I finally got this setup. I'm pretty sure my connections are right because I did get a signal. I do live in an apartment so it took some time to get a signal, but when I did it lock in. Nothing at full strength though. I live between Baltimore and DC so I should have an array of HD channels to chose from. I could only pick up 3 stations. I have a generic VHF/UHF antenna hooked up to the T150 with a built in amplifier. Here are my questions. 1. Will higher quality component cables make a difference in the picture? I know it does for DVD. Right now I'm using the cables that came with the T150. If I need better cable what do you guys recommend for HD? 2. What setting should I use to watch HD? I'm using Component input 2, should the settings mimic my DVD settings on Component input 1? 3. Should I always set the STB to 1080I or should I change it based on the programming? 4. Since I can only pick up about 3-4 stations, do I need to change my antenna? Like I said above it's generic with rabbit ears and a loop for UHF. Thanks for the help.