Jagouar contacted me and said you guys were interested on information for Cox HD in College Station.....well here I am! I used to have two samsung SIR-TS160's with directv; one on a sony KV34HS510 and one on a KV30XBR910. I now have two motorola HD boxes with Cox (running DVI and YES it came enabled). Surprisingly I haggled my way out of paying contract penalties with Directv. Anyway, when I went in to the Cox office in Bryan, they had a direct view sony like one of mine with their HD feed. I played with the remote and stumbled across INHD. I must say I was impressed. When I went to the counter and told the CSR I was there for my HD boxed she knew exactly what I was talking about, got them immediately, asked me if I would like component video cables with them, and even talked to me about HD!!! I was a little excited given that the response I got from a Directv CSR when I first called to activate an HD box was (and I quote), "We do not offer high defintion service sir, please contact your local retailer." Now to the quality...... I must say that the PQ is incredible. Ive already watched INHD1/2 more than I ever watched HDNET during my entire time with directv. They seem to be passing the full feed with no compression. The HBOHD feed easily meets or exceeds that of directv. When I was getting ready this morning I turned on the tube and noticed that pinocchio was on HBOHD. Despite the choice of movie, I was extremely impressed with the PQ enough to sit down and check it out for a while. The PBS feed looks as bad as it did OTA, and CBS looks as good as it did OTA. To answer your question about the baseball game......yes I was able to get it. I turned the tv on while I was eating and saw the game in beautiful high defintion. Cox corporate added starzhd so hopefully I'll see it soon here in College Station. If any of you have additional questions, post em and I'll reply ASAP.