Is anyone else irritated by the recent notice mailed to Comcast customers in northwest Indiana? The notice opens by telling you about changes to the offereings in various levels of subscriotion and how they are being enhanced! THen it gets to the real reason for the notice. To inform you that you will be required to add an adapter to each of the televisions you currently have connected using a standard analog connection receiving just basic or extended basic channels. Now that seems contrary to the media blitz by Comcast during the months prior to the digital transition deadline where they indicated that if you stayed with Comcast there would be nothing additional required to continue receiving your TV broadcasts. Now that the DTV deadline is well behind us, they feel enough time has passed, to require new adapters for TVs in your house that are still using the standard analog signals. When I called the number on the notice to ask for details I was told that the first 2 adapters will be free but beyond that they will charge $1.99 a month for each one. That doesn't seem like much but it does smell a lot like the old "Bait and Switch" scam! Maybe in today's business environment this is acceptable practice but it doesn't sit well with me considering the cost of Comcast to start with. They need to deliver on their promised service and support of the analog "non-digital" sets out there! Just more unscrupulous business practice in my opinion.