I did asearch but didn't come up with anything this specific. My apartment complex currently pays for Time Warner Cable's basic/extended service. This means I get everything except the movie channels and they pick up the bill. I have a Samsung HLN-567W being delivered today. I thought I'd call Time Warner regarding their HDTV programming and get things started. Because my apartment complex already pays for basic/extended service, I'll only be responsible for the difference between the two. After talking with a few different representatives at Time Warner, I'm still sure I have the right answers. I am going to be 'renting' their HDTV tuner/cable box for $6.95/mo. plus tax. As for programming, I'll be going with their Digital Variety pack for $7.95/mo. plus tax. I'll also get their on-screen guide for an additional $2.95/mo. plus tax. I'm passing on the movie channels despite the fact that they're in HD, I watch a lot of DVD's so I can't justify the extra $20-$30/mo. My questions: Does anyone know *exactly* how many channels I'm going to get in HD? I know they have a Discovery channel in HD 24 hrs. a day/7 days a week. It's my understanding that there are a few other local channels also broadcasting *some* programming in HD... am I going to be able to receive this programming in HD? For example, if the program clearly states that it's broadcasted in HD... am I getting it in HD? If so, is it 1080i? As for connections, according to their website, it looks like I just need an additional component video cable to go from their tuner to my HDTV? If anyone has Time Warner service, I'd appreciate your comments. Scott.