I only know of of a few other places where 2 sets of HD channels are on a pay service: -There are a few towns along the NC/VA boundary that both the Greensboro and Roanoke stations are available in HD
-In NH, some places are lucky enough to get WMUR and either Boston, Burlington, or Portland ABC both in HD.
I am sure there are a few others, but as sonic mentioned, these cases are VERY few and far between. The issue that Muzz is feeling is common across the country where there are close cities. Clearly, the solution is either (a) get an antenna or (b) switch back to Comcast. The issue of DMA is fairly common knowledge and if he had researched it, he would have found out quickly. THE STATE YOU LIVE IN DOESN'T (necessarily) MATTER!!! Examples:
-People in South Hill, VA only get Raleigh, NC channels, period.
-People in Grafton County, NH only get Burlington, VT channels (although, because WLED Littleton NHPTV is counted in the Burlington DMA people in the Adirondacks of NY get it on satellite, giving them 3 very different PBS options, not all in HD. When I lived up there, you couldn't get WMUR the NH ABC with satellite, but I hear that's changed.) Doesn't matter the STATE, it's the DMA.
-All towns near big cities that are on a state border (St. Louis, Jacksonville, Portland OR, Philadelphia, New York City, etc, etc, etc) face this problem with people who live sometimes far into the neighboring state. Here is a DMA map or two: http://www.city-data.com/forum/gener...maps-data.html
I've always wondered what it's like between DC and Baltimore...