Not sure if it's just my service, but I'm noticing increase pixalization (is that a word ?). I generally watch EVERYTHING recorded on my Gateway (ie, nothing live), so I don't generally know live that there is a problem and thusly can't switch channels to see if the problem is one channel or all of them. I can, however, determine from the time I recorded the program, the time of the problem.
I called and was told to check all the connections on my Gateway and unplug and re-plug etc etc. I have noticed that on the one TV that is only on a digital box that it also suffers the same problem, but was told by customer service (which reduced my confidence in their help) to call a number for Gateway support if the problem continues.
So last night, I happened to watch something live. From 6:06 PM to 6:12 PM I had major pixalization. I switched to a bunch of different channels, regular and high def, they all had it. I then turned on the digital only TV and it had it as well.
When I previously called customer service they said my signal was good (can then tell ??)
The rest of the evening it was fine.
I hate intermittent problems, I would rather a major obvious problem. Flames shooting out of the affected component (well maybe not that obvious).