Well, unfortunately, I'm switching back to Comcast.
Watching U-Verse made me sick . . . . literally.
I am very sensitive to screen flicker. I've never had a problem with TV's before but have had many problems with computer monitors. If the screen refresh rate is not set up exactly I am susceptible to headaches and nausea. For whatever reason, I have noticeable flicker, at least to me, on my HDTV's when using U-verse. After watching for any length of time, I started having headaches and nausea. It happened on every HDTV I have and happened no matter which aspect ratio on chose.
After switching back to Comcast, the problems have disappeared. I've found some discussion of this on various forums and it is not localized to U-verse. I hate this because U-Verse is in most other respects a superior service. The only downsides (other than making me sick of course) to U-Verse compared to Comcast are:
1 - No local on the 8's for the weather channel. Bigger issue than I thought particularly when storms come through. The radar on U-Verse's weather application is about 30 to 60 minutes behind the current conditions which when storms are around make it useless. In addition, the app is very slow in loading.
2 - No digitial sub-channels of local stations. Not that big a deal but something I do watch from time to time.
I could live with those 2 limitations, but cannot live with the headaches and nausea. Sigh, back to Comcast I go. Hopefully, the "Project Cavalry" upgrade to Comcast will bring a better selection of HD channels. Smithsonian, MGM, and HDNet channels are essential.