Hi folks I am thinking that there are plenty of people here that have these and was hoping for some input. I bought a 46" Insignia (Best Buy's own brand), 60 HZ, 1080p, LCD television. I got it on sale at Best Buy for $399 and it had fairly decent reviews (average of 4.3 stars out of 5 with a total of 40 reviews). I got it hooked up last night and to be honest, I am not too impressed with the picture quality. I don't think that my expectations are too high in expecting fairly sharp picture quality. The picture seems a little bit blurry. I am watching documentary style TV on the science channel, so I do not think the refresh rate has anything to do with it. Does my TV need to go through a 'warm-up' period? I am connected using a coaxial connection and just using it to watch standard definition cable. Is it possible that the cable coming from the wall could be sub-quality? I am not getting any 'static' type effects, so I assumed that the cable was fine. I was thinking that I could do some tests. I think if I play a new DVD that is not in HD, this should set an upper bound on what I can ever hope to get from standard definition cable. Any thoughts on this? Are there any flaws to that test? Thanks y'all!