Advertisements Aaaaah fuggetaboutit. I still can't make it work but why would I want to watch TV on Nero LiquidTV anyway, when the program won't allow me to adjust the display resolution? At my LCD screen's optimum resolution of 1280 x 1024 everything looks distorted because LiquidTV set itself to 1024 x 768 and there is no way to change this. As I said before, I know of no other PC TV software with this problem! Besides, standard def TV looks tiny and/or terrible on a PC screen at any resolution so there really is no reason to use that Comcast adapter, which only converts digital channels for use with old analog TV sets. Comcast offered it if for free so I was willing to play with it, but now I'm done and ready to return it. I was planning to use LiquidTV primarily to view HD programs transferred from my TiVo boxes, or to view OTA HD channels. Still, It's a shame that LiquidTV does not support unencrypted digital cable channels ("Clear QAM"), because the Hauppauge HVR-950Q USB tuner included in the LiquidTV retail box package will receive those channels just fine. To test this, I downloaded Hauppauge's free WinTV 7 and the 21-day free trial of Snapstream Media's Beyond TV 4 and used them with the 950Q. Scanning Comcast San Jose cable, neither product had any problem at all finding well over 125 digital channels, including all the local HD channels in clear crisp video requiring no cable box, cable card or adapter of any kind. I'll post more about these and other alternatives soon.