I noticed last week's Survivor, Early Show, CSI and Letterman for WKYT were back at 1920x1080i @ 29.97fps. I think all their programming was back to that resolution/framerate. I guess they are still playing around. I hope they keep it in that format.
What's weird for me is that I am using a MyHD card for my HDTV/DTV and stuff that is shown in 1920x1080i @29.97fps plays perfectly when live, even when recording, but if the signal is 1280x720p @59.94fps and I am watching and/or recording live TV I have bad lip sync issues. I can play back those 720p recordings (non-live) and the audio is in sync perfctly with the video. Perhaps it is a hardware problem with my home theater PC and the MyHD card. It is on slower hardware, so that could be it. But anyway The MyHD card is fantastic. I can record HD programming, edit out commercials, remove the unwanted subchannels and fit a 44-minute show in full HD/DTV on a single DVDR disc. Of course the only way to play them back is on my home theater PC hardware, but it is nice to be able to clean off the harddrive once in awhile and have a nice archive of HD movies and shows for my expanding HD connection.
You're right.. I heard mention about the Sinclair thing with WDKY-4, so it is doubtful with a bigger antenna in the attic I would even get a blip for FOX-DT at my location. Is there no chance in hell they might point their HD antenna towards Lexington and kick up the power several notches? Or do you think Insight is going to pick it up? I only use Insight for their Internet service because of horrible experiences in the past with their shoddy TV signal. That was before they went to using some digital though. A few friends got the new Insight PVR and said the standard def digital channels look horrible. Did Insight fix that yet?