I need some advice on satellite TV and HDTV. Right now I’m using digital cable from Cox. We have everything just the way we want it, favorites, local channels…you know the drill. More and more premium channels are beginning to include Dolby Digital sound as well, so things are really sweet, except for one thing. I’ve been chomping at the bit to get some HD programming into my Sony XBR400. (Cox customer service has blown me off more than once regarding questions about any HD programming making it my way in the near future ) However, I’m not too excited about adding yet another input signal to the mix with a STB or satellite. Besides, after 14 years of marriage, we’ll be moving into a house in a few months, and I don’t want antennae hassles. Ideally, what I’d like is all the programming I currently have here in San Diego County, including local, premium and music channels…PLUS… local and premium HD signals (I know…a blank check with Donald Trump’s signature while we’re at it). One other necessity, is the Cox channel 4 which carries all of the Padres programming (I realize I’ll probably still have to pop for basic cable for that one). I’m also a little concerned with talk of highly compressed looking video over digital satellite systems. We’re not talking gargantuan screen size here…32”…but the relatively close quarters makes it the perfect size. I’ve been really happy with things so far, and I'd hate to take a step backward. One question I have is…Is the standard signal carried over component video as well as HD, or do I have to use separate outputs. I've read in some recent posts that the standard signal is upconverted over component outputs with some newer HD cable boxes, but with problems. I could go on, but you get the idea…Any help is greatly appreciated.