Although the map isn't in HD, the graphics are and it looks good
Features like Weather Ventures are presented in HD.
Weather Ventures in HD
Studio shows are in HD.
The quality we've come to expect.
The HD content that History has, looks good and it's right up our alley.
Modern Marvels, "Freight Trains".
History chooses to do the stretch-o-vision when they don't have true HD, and to top it off it's sometimes marked as HD.
As we've come to expect from the Discovery network, the HD looks good.
HD episode of Mega Builders.
Discovery stretch-o-vision episode of How it's made.
The 75 hours of HD on Smithsonian looks good, but there are lots of repeats.
Select CNN shows are presented in HD and look good.
SD shots are framed, just the way we like 'em.
CNN does a good job with their studio shows, we're glad they upgraded so many of them.
Some channels will never learn not to stretch.
TBS HD does have some HD content, but we're not sure what they are going to do after the playoffs are over.
Another stretch-o-vision channel, that we've yet to see HD on despite what the guide says.
Ohh, the colors.
Can't go anywhere without seeing L&O, sorry about the glare in the photo.
We've yet to see any HD on SciFi yet, but we'll keep looking. We're just glad they don't stretch.
Wow, three SD shots in one HD feed and graphics to boot.
Talking heads done right
If you aren't going to do video in HD, at least you do HD graphics.
OAR, just like we like it.
Mostly Classic movies.
Studio shots in HD
Make the most of the SD shots with windows
On location shots still not HD
Unfortunately they stretch.
No HD yet, but no stretch either