I'm not. I don't really like to watch much commercial TV, mostly the news & weather, and sometimes a little Martha Stewart or Rachel Ray just for company while I'm in the kitchen. The kids don't have regular shows they must watch, sometimes a nature program or America's Funniest. Mister watches the news & weather, and some sports. I've never been able to justify the cost of cable TV for us. Of course I know there are lots & lots of great programs there, fantastically educational things on the nature, science & history channels, plus lots of great entertainment. But it's almost too much of an overload of choices, plus I know with my cheapskate tendencies that if I were paying $50 a month for TV, by gosh I'd make sure we were watching our money's worth each month! We are able to get all sorts of DVDs & videos from our public libraries that provide all the TV time I feel is healthy for us to have. And they've been playing well on the funky old TVs I've gotten from FreeCycle & the thrift stores. But now we're being warned to "get ready for HD TV" and some of the stations are already giving spotty reception as they prepare themselves for the switch. I am not sure what to do. I know there is supposed to be a converter box you can buy, and even get a $40 voucher for. But I don't know how much more we'll still have to pay, and then if it will work with our TVs and the less than optimal reception in our neighborhood. Or if we'll have to add a big rooftop antenna or something. I'm telling Mister and our teen to do the research & the legwork for this because if it's up to me, I wouldn't mind doing without TV for a while. I could get my news & weather from the radio or computer, and play music while I work, and watch DVDs & videos. And if/when there's something really essential on TV, we can watch with a friend. What do you think? What are you doing?