HDTV is taking off in Europe, enough for quibbling over who can and is delivering the most channels to start. Eutelsat announced it's currently broadcasting 63 HD channels, making SES Astra's 55 channels seem so small and insignificant that they should probably just change schools, since everyone knows what a loser they are now. Of course, Broadband TV News mentions that number is more like 137 if you add in SES's other satellite programs, so who knows, they may stick around and do battle. Beyond the increased revenues for each satellite operator, Euro HD heads, is all this high definition trickling down to your local programming guide yet?