I'm having a tough time deciding what TV and internet service to get for our new house. I have 3 HD capable TVs and 2 SD. Ideally, I'd like to be able to use a DVR with each TV. Here are the choices: 1) Charter Cable TV Basic cable with HD tier, 3Mb internet, and an HD-DVR (Scientific Atlanta 8300HD) costs $123 per month*. I could use a splitter to connect the 8300HD to 2 HD sets and use existing Replays with the 2 SD sets. 2. Dish TV + AT&T Phone + AT&T DSL Basic phone, 3MB DSL internet, Top 100+ w/ HD costs about $110 per month, plus $200 for the HD-DVR. Again, could use a splitter to connect the HD-DVR to 2 HD sets. I'm not sure what I'd need to have DVR available for the SD sets. 3. Same as option 2, but DirecTV. I'm guessing the prices would be about the same. 4. AT&T U-Verse With one DVR (and you are limited to one), the 200 channel service, and 3 MB internet, the cost is about $89 per month. This is the least expensive option, but I'm concerned about the quality and flexibility of the service. Plus, I wouldn't like losing access to DVR on my SD sets. You may have noticed that options 1 and 4 don't include a phone. We don't need one and would get it only if necessary (DSL). I'd sure like to get hear everyone's opinion on this choice. * For comparisons, all prices are after any incentives expire.