So I had D* for a week now and it's pretty neat the way the guide works and the multiroom, but I can't believe that such a big provider is missing so many HD channels that I had with Comcast. They do all of this marketing and everything claiming they have the most HD, but clearly they do not. I moved out of Comcast area, and when I had Comcast, I had 100 HD channels scattered throughout Ch 792-918. Sure their guide software sucks, but I miss some of the content. Were missing (the wife mostly, but I have to put up with a blurry stretched picture) these at least: E! HD, We HD, Style HD, CNN HN HD, Fuse HD, Investigation Discovery HD, TruTV HD, AMC HD, TCM HD, and a few others. Is there any hopes that DirecTV, the premier service that most Celebrities use, get back on top with the HD channel count. It's bad enough they can't figure out how to stream VOD, even though Netflix can do it across multiple devices. Is DirecTV out of bandwidth? That was the reason Comcast was so behind, but then they had lots of analog channels removed to reclaim the frequencies for new HD content. I hope I didn't sign up with a provider up against a bandwidth wall. If that's the case I have 3 more weeks until I can back out without an ETF. I hope they can fix their capacity issues because their software and featureset blows cable out of the water.