Advertisements I think a few people have even suggested this might be what the lower-cost version of the Series 3 might be, something that'll have a digital tuner, but not be a true HD device. I've poo-pooed such an idea. After all, who'd build a digital TV device that CAN'T provide HD? Then I got my new TV.... a TV that has a digital tuner that gets OTA and QAM along with its analog tuner .... ...and yet is a SD television with a 4x3 screen. This suggests something in the set is down-converting any HD signal the tuner gets into SD format before sending it to the screen. Could a TiVo do the same? Down-convert any HD digital signals into a SD form before recording them? Might my "Oh they'll never do that!" theory be all wet? Could the "Series 3 lite" be a SD device only, and thus be able to fit more on a hard drive despite its recording digital broadcasts that were sent out in HD?