I have seen quite a few digital T.V. Set-ups and to be honest none of them can't hold a candle to my 5 analogue channels for picture quality / sharpness. $*Y , On D**ital , Cab*e D**ital .All 3 have major problems. Ranging from basic faults like having to reset the s.t.b. If you have flicked through the channels too quickly, and the constant freezing of images on the screen. Worse of all is the Pixilation of the picture on moving objects. Whatever happened to the “Pin sharp pictures” that Digital T.V. was supposed to deliver. Soap box time. Hang on a moment this is starting to ring a few bells. Weren't we promised “THE WORLD” a few years back when they invented CDs? What happened in reality? We have a product that is no better than the one it replaced how many of you have had a C.D. that sticks / crackles or hisses or just will not play? And we are still paying double the price of what a L.P. was. I agree that analogue T.V is limited in terms of channels but are we really that desperate for extra channels (most of which probably never get viewed any way that's why they are bundled together as a package). If you could pick & pay per channel how many of the channels currently available would be subscribed to? So basically they are giving us crap channels with poor picture quality (in most cases worse than the analogue system it is replacing). MY POINT It amazes me to read some of the posts on this forum, there's lots of people out there complaining about T.V. conveyance, slight bending of the picture, etc., and yes I strongly agree if you are going to, or have paid a lot of money for a T.V. set you expect it to be faultless. But what of the picture quality you are watching on it? Pause for thought before you sign that credit agreement, or hand over your hard earned, because as history has proved it certainly isn't going to get any better! What do you think ??? Regards & Respect Tel.