My AT&T cable franchise is starting to offer Digital service. I dont get the technology "upgrade" here... A/c to their website (and my address) Digital is being marketed as better pix and sound, more programming, music, channel options, parental controls etc etc. While basic analog CATV is $36.79 mos, digital is $47.78. They use Chl 100-plus and give you the STB (type? there's no online references to technology here -- audio coax/ S-Video or whatever). Now my cable system was built in the 1970s by CableCom, and after two acquistions, now is owned by AT&T BB. Infrastructure hasn't changed; no fiberoptic retrofit program; no computer cable modem service. On HBO/Cinemax type chls 14-22, occasionally I DO get good analog DPL So what does it mean that they will give me DIGITAL CATV?