OK my first post and first question. I have a Samsung DLP and using the DVI connection. On the voom box, the tech and people at voom say to set the box (little red button) to native resolution, when all lights flash, this way the signal that is broadcast is unchanged. I do that and all is fine on the HD channels (digital) until I go to a SD channel. The channel looks off-center. also when I go back to the menu guide it is shaking and blurry after I look at a SD channel. I end up having to leave the box set to 1080i. everything looks great this way. I guess my question is, I know some HD broadcasts are in 720p. Is it wrong to have it upconverted to 1080i by the voom box? I can't tell that it looks any different. why does SD look good on a 1080i default but not native resolution? also, it seems the problem is that the DVI cable voom supplies is not a DVI-I cable. I understand these handle digital and analog signals, rather you get a DVI-D which is only digital. I don't think I can try a DVI-I cause the connectors are different sizes than what is on the Voom Satellite Box. I really don't want to run a separate cable just for SD channels either, I would have to change the output device on my samsung everytime.. any help would be appreciated.