So I still haven't jumped on the HDTV bandwagon yet. Hopefully it will be soon, but for the time being I'm stuck in SD. For the last year or so, my wife and I have been getting our TV OTA from a digital converter box. One of the unexpected benefits of doing so is that we would receive the widescreen picture for all shows available in widescreen. I loved being able to actually see everything that was intended to be seen. I guess I'm a purist like that. We missed our DVR immensely, so we reactivated our DirecTiVo this weekend. I quickly realized I was back in 4:3 land again, and it bugs me knowing I'm missing part of the picture. So my question is this: Can I somehow get that widescreen picture from my DirecTiVo? If not, are the newer DirecTV DVRs (DVR Plus?) capable of this? This also begs the question, what happens in February? Since the analog signals from the stations are all(?) 4:3, will DirecTV start sending along the widescreen video in February? This isn't a huge deal, but I'd really like my widescreen programming displayed properly.