F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. F. Comcast. So I just installed an HD antenna today, and am getting very good reception on the UHF channels. For the wife and I, here in the Chicago suburbs, that's plenty good enough. We can watch Lost, Office, 24, Gossip Girl (I knowguilty pleasure ), and buy or stream whatever else we need. Perfect right? Cut cable and save some cash, yes? I just called Comcast, who provides our cable tv and internet, and told them I was going to cancel cable. After the "retention officer" utterly FAILed to offer me anything worthwhile to keep me paying, he drops the bombif I drop cable TV, my internet price will go from $43 to $60. Huh? Is this legal? Anyone have any advice? We're going to call and search and complain and do our due diligence to get this resolved in our favor, but maybe someone here has an idea or two. Unfortunately we don't have any other way (aside from satellite) to get internet her in Lisle, IL. ATT won't have their DSL in town for a couple more years. Geez, anyone else ever been screwed by Comcast?