So, this is the first full season for which I have HD service (got it right before the Series), and was I pleasantly surprised to see the Yanks/Sox game in HD last night! Formerly, every show I'd seen on NESN over the past few months, including pre-season games, talk, and outdoors stuff was simply upconverted SD... and stretched! Even the Sox home season opener with the ring ceremony was stretched, upconverted SD (even though I believe anyone with ESPN2-HD might have gotten a hi-def feed... my service doesn't offer ESPN2 in their HD package) So, once the surprise of a true HD broadcast on NESN-"HD" last night wore off a bit, I start thinking... ohhhhh, wait a minute, ESPN2 is carrying this game nationally. That must be why we're getting true HD on NESN. Oh well (but what about that home season opener?) Then Don and Jerry start talking about "Widescreen Wednesdays", selling the aspect ratio for the SD NESN channel as a "taste of HD". (Some good points were made about seeing more of the action, but I suspect most folks watching the regular channel were like "wha? those black bars seem to cover more of the action".) But, to the point, they seemed to suggest that the NESN-"HD" channel would be showing true HD... but how often? Only on Wednesdays? Only for home games? So, I did a quick search and found this forum: http://www.highdefforum.com/archive/...hp/t-5304.html Whoah! Is this true? Can it be? Certainly this is too good to be true? Anybody know the real scoop?