My parents (longtime Dish subscribers) recently bought a very nice 60" HDTV. I told them to contact Dish and be upgraded to a 622. The installer came out last week and hooked up a 622. On Saturday I went to check out the new system but found the HD widescreen modes weren't working as I expected. So, I looked in the back of the 622 to see how it was hooked up. It was hooked up with standard composit cables. I thought that must be some kind of mistake. Who would install a HD receiver to a brand new HDTV and not hook it up with a high-def connection? Called CS and they explained that a new mandate from corporate stated that high-def cables will no longer be provided. Unbelievable! Dish is out installing HD receivers and not letting the customers know that they are not able to see HD.