Sorry I missed your recent posts here.
This is why I made sure I took off work early and was there when they installed my 6200!
The "tech" was ready to walk out the door with the 6200 set at 480P instead of 1080i, so you may want to start there.
I can't exactly remember how he got into the installation menu, I know he powered it down, then back up, and while it was powering up he held the menu or info button down. You could call them and check. I'd give that a look right away.
I don't have any PQ complaints (other than lack of HD selection) I received this e-mail response from the Big A a couple of weeks ago saying the DVI wouldn't be hot until June or so, but I'll give it another shot.
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 17:04:04 -0000
X-Mailer: TWIG 2.7.5
I am sorry the cable install was less than what you expect and I will bring this to the leads attention. We are in negotiation with several HDTV providers. Yes we will have CBSHD but I really don't know which of the others we will get. We will not have them before the Superbowl game but we should have the channels by June. We probably will have the DVI ports available then.
Hey, SD is SD. It is FOR SURE improved via S-Video vs Component.
On the other hand, OTA Kicks Ass vs cable, picture-wise, but the audio is much better with cable...
I had a ChannelMaster 4-Bay Bowtie put up and it works great. (CBS-HD!, FOX-DT, UPN-DT). I'm in CPE so I have a clear shot at the hills across the Air-Station. The Super Bowl was Jaw Dropping..........