Dude, are you fucking dense?http://hometheater.about.com/od/televisions/qt/feb172009date.htm
read point 3, and re-read your options again. I'm getting tired of you arguing with me.
Cable companies are also killing their analogue bandwidth to make more room for the digital transmissions... THIS MEANS, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO USE THE TUNER CAN, AND THAT YOU WILL NEED TO USE A CABLE BOX.
p.s. do not use the PVR-350, notice it wasn't in my list. It only provides MPEG-2 accelleration for output, and is otherwise nothing more than a slow frame buffer.
Actually it depends on what cable carrier your using. Cox In San Diego California is going to downconvert their signals for 3 years so any regular tv is fine connected directly to the wall. Try contacting your own cable company as I did to find out if they are doing this in your area.