I posted a similar comment elsewhere, either I posted it in the wrong place or no one cared to comment. Can cable really offer true HD? WOW offers an HD DVR with a buffer that holds 1 hour of HD content and it buffers about 2 hrs of non-HD content. I'm not sure how much room is on the hard drive, Comcast offers an HD DVR that buffers a little over 20 min of HD content and around 45 min of non-HD content. This model holds around 40 hrs on the hard drive for non-HD content and about 20 for HD. Now, I'm not a Tech and don't fully understand everything there is to know about HD and bandwidth and compression and everything in that whole field but I do know that with D* and E* the ratio of HD to SD information storage seems to be about 7/1 and with WOW and Comcast it seems to be 2/1. Logic would dictate that satellite HD contains MORE information than cable HD. Is this right? If it is wouldn't satellite be the only logical programming source for someone who made an investment in an HD tv? Unless I'm mistaken, (and if I am I would like to know) D* and E* would be my only real choice when I make the move to HD. Given that, I would hope that E* would hustle up on getting more HD channels and getting this whole M-PEG 4 thing done as well. I would appreciate any feedback from anyone more versed in HD than I.