WLEX, the NBC affiliate in Lexington, KY (DMA #63) posted on their website a letter to a cable operator in the area. It basically took Time Warner Cable to task for not carrying their HD feed (they also have local news in HD). It's an interesting read: http://wlex.images.worldnow.com/images/incoming/timewarner.pdf In it, however, it states that: "...we take comfort in the fact that local residents may bypass Time Warner Cable and receive our HD signal simply by connecting an antenna to their HD television set, their DIRECTV box, or their EchoStar's DISH Network box. We also are grateful that both DIRECTV and EchoStar's DISH Network value our HD programming and the Greater Lexington community enough that both companies will begin carrying LEX's HD signal on their satellites in the next several weeks and offering it to their local customers without the need for an antenna and without any additional charges." Has anyone heard anything about Lexington getting lit up soon? I haven't seen Lexington on any recent list of HD Locals. Is this a case of a GM "stretching" the truth?