I have been very suprised and dissappointed at the lack of interest in HD in Abilene since KTXS started broadcasting in HD for the Superbowl. KTXS has not done any advertising to let people know they have HD and Cox cable certainly doesn't want anyone to find out since Cox doesn't carry it. I have talked to several people recently who purchased new HDTV's in the past year and who were totally unaware that they could pick up a real Hd station with just a pair of rabbit ears. Like someone above pointed out, many of these people already think they are gettin HD when all they are watching is an upconverted, stretched SD picture. Why doesn't KTXS advertise that they have HD? If they would talk a significant number of people into buying rabbit ears or putting up an antenna to watch HD, Cox would cave in (just like they finally did to KRBC NBC last year) and pay KTXS for the HD signal. Then, when everyone on cable finds out they could be watching Lost, Desparate Housewives, etc. in HD, many more would make the investment in HD TV sets, the other stations would feel pressure to attract viewers who want HD, etc., etc. Pretty soon, we would have at least 3 HD networks. ( I don''t think Fox will ever come around) But, KTXS has to get this started by promoting the fact that they have HD. I have sent emails to KTXS before and will do so again and hope any of you who are interested will also encourage them.