Advertisements So I get the FCC-required super-small-print mailing that Comcast sent out recently concerning rate increases and such, and I see that there's a tier available called Digital Economy that provides about 95% of what I watch on TV, and not only is it substantially cheaper than Digital Starter, but it's actually going DOWN in price as of January 1st! My question is, does getting HD versions of cable-only channels like AMC and Comedy Central depend on the service tier one has, or solely on equipment (either rented from Comcast--an HD settop box--or a CableCard in an HD device like a TiVo Premiere)? There's a double-asterisk note on the mailer that states: "HD converter and remote required to receive HD features and benefits. Subscription to corresponding standard definition channel level of service is required." I read this to mean that obviously I have to have a package with Comedy Central to get Comedy Central HD, plus the equipment of course, but not that I have to have some high tier of service to get HD. Am I wrong?