JuiceRocket: I agree 100%. I just came from Comcast in the Boston area, and the digital artefacting on FiOS is no better, and in some cases worse, than Comcast. Were it not for the lower price, I'd be going back to cable in an instant. It's absolutely clear that whatever former advantage FiOS had has completely evaporated as they've added so many channels. The fact that they are fiber to the home is mostly moot for video quality given that they are still encoding the video as an RF overlay on the optical signal. I understand why they have to do this (they can't put a tuner in the service box, and so your house's existing cable has to be able to carry the entire range of channels) but they should be more honest about their main advantage being in internet bandwidth and latency. The only difference between FiOS and Comcast in terms of video capacity to the home is that FiOS can put the internet and phone on separate wavelengths, thus freeing their RF video overlay to ONLy carry video. But that's not a huge difference over all. I think that buys FiOS only a dozen or so QAM-wide channels that Comcast has to dedicate to internet and phone. Don't get me wrong: I'm very happy with FiOS, mostly due to lower price, but the idea that FiOS's video is going to be better, let alone significantly better, than Comcast has completely evaporated.