Ok, tell me, am I crazy? I have a 47" Panasonic RPTV (PT47WX51). I sit approx. 7' away. Calibrated to the best of my ability using VE, doing convergence, E and Mechanical Focus, all in 480i mode. My cable looks crappy, but my DVD's look pretty good. I fully admit that I have not calibrated my set in 1080i mode. I just purchased a Samsung 151 HDTV tuner, and connected it to my set via component cables with a RS Double Bowtie (Getting OTA from NYC in NJ). I have yet to mount the bowtie in a good area, and I only have it sitting outside my house running a wire through a window. I only get around 30 to 40% signal strength, but I have no lost signals. Last night I had the chance to watch my first HDTV show, Presideo Med. Overall, I was very happy. I never watched this show, but I like the quality of what I saw, even though it wasn't amazing. But from everything I read, I heard it is not the best show to watch. Tonight I watched CSI, which is supposed to look amazing. Long story short, I wasn't amazed. It looked better then my stretched version on my widescreen, but it was nothing to write home about. My wife (who is always a pain in the a$$ about this stuff) couldn't see a difference. I disagreed with that. But when I put the T151 in 480i mode and checked it out, I have to admit I could hardly see a difference. It does not help that it takes a good 4 seconds between switching resolutions, but I really could not tell a difference (besides coloring) between 480P and 1080i. Am I looking at a bad source? Is my set not big enough to show the difference? Am I just blind or expecting too much? I do love seeing the show fill up my entire picture without distorting it. But with the price I paid for the tuner, I think I just might return it and continue watching the shows on my 27" Panny Superflat in my living room.