How is everyone watching everyday DirecTV on a HDTV? I can't seem to adjust to it from watching my Sony 32" analog Wega. For the most part objects, people and text are pixilated. No real clean edges. This varies from channel to channel. Some are acceptable, others or not as good. None of them are terrible, perse, but noticable. I originally purchased the Sony 46" KPWT500 from CC. With an SVid connection I ran the Sound and Vision tune up disc. DVDs...quite simple really...gorgeous! Regular everyday DirecTV...not so good. I was sitting approx. 9 feet away so I don't think I was too close either. Not being fully satisfied with the 46" I decided to return it and replace it with the Sony 34" KV-34HS510. Again with an SVid connection I ran the S&V disc. DVDs...awesome! I figured this being a smaller, direct-view TV it would have a nicer picture for an analog signal. I was mistaken. While some channels are better than before there are still the occasions where I notice pixilations. My question is does everyone accept this or do you even experience the same thing? If you do, have you trained your eyes to accept this? Should I try out a line doubler? Will that even help? Any thoughts???