Advertisements I have a Series 3, and in a couple weeks I'm going to be moving back home to South Dakota. I'll be moving into an apartment there, and found out that the apartment building I'll be in is served exclusively by a company called Prairie Wave Communications. They provide digital cable service - but unfortunately it seems that the whole company has no idea what CableCard is, or about the upcoming integration ban/CableCARD mandates. They claim that "well, our competition doesn't offer them, so we aren't really interested in it either". Am I mistaken that all cable operators deploying digital cable services are required to offer CableCard to their customers? With the integration ban now looming less than two weeks away, I'd think that every cable company would be scrambling to get the necessary head-end equipment in play and to have the cards ready, since integrated set-top boxes are going the way of the dodo RSN. I've asked them to check the FCC regs, but they don't sound too interested. I'll be able to do mixed ATSC + analog cable, but I'll dearly miss the likes of HDnet Movies and DiscoveryHD - any thoughts on what I should do? Is there anything I can do? Contact the FCC? Contact the state's Public Utilities Commission? Something else? Thanks for the feedback.