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I currently have Cox cable tv I just noticed that FIOS TV now offers Comcast Sports HD in their line-up. I'd love to be able to watch the Caps and Wizards in HD. Just a couple of questions:

1. Has anyone heard if Cox is close to getting Comcast Sport in HD?

2. Can anyone confirm FIOS has it? Is it a good HD signal?

3. Does FIOS TV's DVR work well recording and watching HD programs?

Thanks a bunch!

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I currently have Cox cable tv I just noticed that FIOS TV now offers Comcast Sports HD in their line-up. I'd love to be able to watch the Caps and Wizards in HD. Just a couple of questions:

1. Has anyone heard if Cox is close to getting Comcast Sport in HD?

2. Can anyone confirm FIOS has it? Is it a good HD signal?

3. Does FIOS TV's DVR work well recording and watching HD programs?

Thanks a bunch!

2. Yes and HD is by far the best in FIOS compared to DirectTV and Comcast

3. Yes it works very well and is easy to use

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I have currently have DISH network DVR HD, but we have FIOS for internet. My contract with DISH runs out next month, but I'm fairly happy with the DISH HD line-up. I know FIOS plans to have a huge HD lineup by 2008, but do I really want to switch? Yea, probably.

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Don't wait for what your cable company may or may not add, make the move to Fios immediately. I changed 4 months ago and love it.

Picture quality is a lot better. It's cheaper.

As far as Comcast Sportsnet in HD, I don't think that is available in the Richmond area (i have not seen it yet).

And I would bet Fios will roll out more HD channels quicker then Cox or Comcast will.

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