That's exactly what I'm saying. Although I think I should correct one initial point that I made in my previous post. While bandwidth could possibly be a problem in some places, I think here in NJ it's just local Comcast stalling their feet. They had room to add TVONE, Eyewitness News Now (local ABC subschannel) as well as RetroPlex and IndiePlex, but yet can't seem to find the space for TNT-HD. Now you don't have to agree with me, but I think that if Comcast is going to be launching a new channel, that they should make sure that it can be added in all of their service areas. Otherwise, it just causes chaos and hurts the product.
The systems in NJ are fine, my system for example has full Digital Simulcast, Ondemand, HD, DVR, HSI and Digital Voice. It's just that they seem to stall all the time when it comes to HD programming especially. It would be a lot better if Comcast on a national scale didn't carry TNT-HD, because then you could say " well they have no interest in the channel" kinda what they've done with HDNET. But when over 95% of the HD customer base, has a specific national channel, I want to get what I'm paying for.
So yeah to pretty much sum it up. I think that it would be wise of Comcast, to not launch new HD programming nationally until they are sure that all their systems are able to get it. Sure it might cause some heartache but It would be worth it in the end.