Hi I used to have OnDigital (with IDTV) and when the picture was good it was damn good! But, the OnDigital aerial folks wouldn't upgrade my aerial cos they couldn't get a signal strength of 50 in my house so the reception was rather intermittent. In the end I had to get rid of it. I therefore have gone for Telewest Cable TV but I am not so happy with the picture quality (I have a 36" Sony Wega, 100hz TV) and am currently undecided what to do about it all. I have noticed thay even the main channels such as ITV can look crap at times. I have a few questions: Which of the available digital TV signal suppliers gives the best quality picture (Sky? ntl? etc.) If there is a leader in quality then I would sign-up to them. Do fancy things like gold-plated scarts, clean carpets and holding your breath actually make any difference to the picture quality? (that a pair of eyes can notice rather than some mhz-measuring machine). Should I have persevered with OnDigital more (apparently my signal strength is about 25 and my previous IDTV needed 50) and gotten some other aerial guys in to see what they could do? I am apparently 200m away from the Telewest cable street-box and the engineer did say I was borderline but it wouldn't make any difference to the picture quality - was he lying to me and would that actually degrade my Telewest picture (or, if it works, which it does, is the picture either on or off). I hope some clever in-the-know-type-a-person can give me some advice as I am determined to feed my Sony TV with the best quality broadcast signals I can get my hands on!! Cheers PS. What do y'all think of the Pioneer NS-DV55 home cinema kit? And, would having it converted to multi-region affect the quality in any way? Sorry to sneak in an extra question there!!!