I've had an HD-ready TV for about 3 years now, but I have no HD sources.

Initially, it was because for DirecTV, you could either have an HD receiver or you could have a DirectTiVo, but not both, and TiVo was far more important to me...

Then, when the HD DirecTiVo came out, I thought about buying it, but it's pretty pricey (~~ $1000), and it was unclear what attitude DirecTV had towards HD, so I decided to wait it out a bit. After about 6 months, I was going to buy...

Then Comcast started adding HD local channels, and they started testing a HD DVR in my area (though not TiVo based), about the same time the DirecTV said that they were planning on doing their own HD DVR (due sometime this summer). This made things fairly equivalent in my book.

Then I read this today, which opens the possibility that I could get a Comcast TiVo (though the non-TiVo HD PVR box that they're testing around here has gotten decent reviews). That would give me the opportunity to consolidate off of satellite, assuming the SD quality on Comcast is acceptable (last time I looked at their digital cable, it was pretty bad. Worse than what DirecTV gives you on the less-popular channels, and that isn't great either).

So, once again, I'm in stasis, but with any luck, it may resolve by this summer (that's probably too soon to get a Comcast TiVo HD PVR, though it depends upon what mods are required to the DirecTV version - they do use two different formats for their data).