I just got DirectTV with the HD Tivo box (can't remember the model number...___-250 or something Anyway, when I ordered the service the rep on the phone told me that I would not have my local channels in HD for CBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX, but there would be alternate versions of these channels that I could watch for HD programming, they would just not be my locals. After getting the service installed, I see that for each of these there are 3 channels listed (my local, an east coast HD channel, and a west coast HD channel). The only one I receive is my local channel. So, this means no HD programming for CBS, NBC, ABC, or FOX for me. So, I called DirectTV to ask what the deal is. I was told that since my locals are available, the FCC does not allow me to receive the other feeds. This is what I was afraid of, but it is the exact opposite of what I was told when I was placing the order. Does anyone know the truth on this? If it is possible for me to get these HD channels, is there some specific department I should ask for at DirectTV? When I called before, I got the run-around and was transferred from department to department until one of them disconnected me while I was on-hold. I haven't called back yet. This isn't a huge deal, but if I can't get these channels in HD I might cancel the HD service after my 3 month free period. Right now the main reason I would want it would be for a few shows on ABC and FOX and for college basketball games on CBS. Anyone know what the deal is?