Not exactly guys.
Gigahz, this is a stretch, but does your TV have a built in QAM tuner? In other words does it say 'Digital Cable Ready' and have a cable card slot?
If so you can hook up your incoming cable line directly to the TV, without a cable box or cable card, and see if you get anything. My cable company passes along a few channels unencrypted including regular digital channels like Nicktoons TV and The Weather Channel and HD channels like Discovery HD Theater and HD Net. The problem with all of this is the channels numbers that the cable company assigns the channels aren’t the same as if you can pick them up with a QAM tuner. For example Discovery HD Theater is channel 1030 on digital cable here, it’s 115.1 if I just have the cable line directly hooked up to the TV.
IMO, this is more trouble then it’s worth, but it is possible. The only thing I use this for is watching HD content on other locals. I live in a different market then where my cable company is based out of. My county is not able to legally able view Rochester, NY locals on cable or satellite as we’re not given significantly viewed status for them, but Time Warner passes them through unencrypted and I can get ABC HD, CBS HD and PBS HD from Rochester. I get my own locals in HD with the cable box anyhow, but the Buffalo and Rochester PBS affiliates differ a lot.
If this doesn't work for you, you many not even need an HD package, just an HD box. My cable company includes, all HD locals, Discovery HD Theater, TNT HD, InHD 1, InHD 2 and regional sports networks in HD for free as long as you have an HD cable box and a digital cable subscription.