Here is my situation, I would appreciate any suggestions. I have a Samsung 42” plasma mounted on my living room wall. It is hooked up to the 622 in my bedroom using a 50 ft component cable from monoprice. I also have a HDMI to DVI cable from Monoprice run to the TV but I an not using it since I have never been able to get a picture from the 622 using it. My problem is that I am getting a bunch of fuzzy lines. It was so bad that the guy calibrating my TV could not get a reading on his computer using my cables. He said that I likely was getting interference from an electrical line. I do have an electrical line, for the TV power, run up the wall along side my audio and video cables. Should I try to separate the electrical cable from the video and audio cables? I have called Dish and they tell me that the reason that the HDMI is not working is because of a software issue and will be corrected soon. I have read on this forum where some people have had success getting DISH to send a replacement 622. Should I push them for a replacement hoping that the HDMI will work and fix my fuzzy lines or will I still have the same problem with HDMI or is it possible that I just have a bad component cable? It was a really tough fish job to run the cable and I don’t want to rerun a new cable unless absolutely necessary.