I agree with every single word you have said. I thought after the digital switch our locals would not have to go to SD when they had a storm warning or logo. No such dice on any channel. And then like you said, someone there is forgetting to flip us back to HD and often during primetime we get to watch ugly SD on our HD channels. I know I am the only one this affects, but if I am getting pixelation and audio dropouts regularly like every 15 minutes on NBC, should I have someone come look at that from service? NBC has been that way for me since I signed onto DTV last year. My guess is that I'm not getting a good signal on that transponder or something? Any way I can check? It's pretty bad. And no one else here in the forum seems to have problems with WGAL 8. At least I know I am not the only one with lip sync issues on Fox 43 today. I hope they get enough complaints to fix it today. As for Comcast Sportsnet and now Versus, I guess Comcast just wants to keep them in their pocket like DTV does with Sunday Ticket so Comcast can lure Philly market customers back in. I know my Dad hates his DTV since he can't see Phillies or Flyers games anymore, and I don't blame him. It's terrible. I'm not sure if it's DTV being unreasonable or Comcast with the price. My guess is that Comcast is asking a LOT for those two channels and DTV refuses to be bullied. With Phillies and Flyers on DTV it would be the ultimate Philly sports offering. The way it is now if FIOS comes around, who I believe does carry Comcast And Versus, I would sign. I'm just wondering if the price to FIOS for those channels was a lot less than the price to DTV.