Advertisements I'm new to HD. I've moved from an old panasonic with a TiVo Series 2 DT to a new TV and TiVo HD. Summary: HD channels look fuzzy on my new TV. I'm not impressed at all. Problems I notice: Local SD (ch 2, 3, 5, 7) channels now look significantly worse on my new TV than my old CRT TV. Local HD (ch 702, 703, 705, 707) channels are not sharp, but are fuzzy instead, even KNTV, the local NBC channel at 1080i does not look as good as I had hoped it would. My Toshiba SD-3750 DVD player (480p mode via component) looks nice, but the lines are not clean. Also, I noticed on the Today show on channel 703 on weekday mornings, that when the camera's pan the outdoor audience, there are lots of rectangular blocks on the screen. When watching some 1080i channels, I see what looks like noise (tiny white/gray dots) on the screen flickr on and off. This happens on channel 703, (local nbc hd) all day. Switching channels and going from live TV to the TiVo menu takes forever and a day for the TV to switch resolution. This is probably a TV problem I will have to deal with. I've read that I can try 1080i fixed on the TiVo to speed things up. What I have: Mitsubishi LT-52244 (52" 1080P LCD) TiVo HD (Motorola M-CARD in slot 1) 2 meter HDMI cable from Fry's (not a monster cable) connecting TV and TiVo Comcast "Digital Starter" service in San Jose, CA Any suggestions or tests I should try?