...but I am grandfathered in with SD DNS from both coasts. I've had DNS since August of 2003 when I was in a white area, and HD DNS since I added my first HR10 in late 2005 (I was in the LA DMA at this time so I think I fell under the O&O waiver). HD DNS didn't start showing up on my statement until early 2006. Eventually I lost the east coast HD DNS when they went to one DNS feed only for HD, but I was under the understanding I had HD DNS because of my SD DNS. But then, of course, a month or so ago I got the letter that since my locals are offered by DirecTV, I am no longer eligible for HD DNS. I have had HD locals for most of this time, though, so I'm not sure if I was just living on borrowed time or if I shouldn't have lost HD DNS due to my SD DNS status. Searching and reading seem to indicate that there are completely different rules for HD and SD, so I'm not sure what category the grandfather status puts me in. My real question is if I can apply for HD waivers without putting my SD DNS at risk. I also couldn't find where to do this online--the links I had found to submit online waivers just take you to a blank "Local Channel Eligibility" page on DirecTV's website. I have also kept SD DNS through three moves, which in and of itself seems "lucky". The moves have also taken me in and out of HD local areas (one area turned on while I was there) and never back into a white area (not many left compared to the situation in 2003) so I may have just been dodging bullets this whole time but I'd still like to try to apply to get the HD DNS back. Appreciate any info!