Hi all! I purchased a nice-ish 37" Vizio LCD for my mother for Christmas, replacing her older 17" portable TV. She has basic cable, but no converter box - the current 'cable ready' TV has a coaxial input on the back, and the cable simply attaches there. I'm going over there today to set up the new TV, and I checked the specs on the new TV - it appears NOT to have a coaxial input. HDMI, DVI, component, s-video, etc., yes. Coax, no. I'm modestly surprised, as both of my HD sets have coaxial inputs - never occurred to me that this one wouldn't. Sooooooo, what's the best way to approach this? I'm pretty tech-savvy overall, and have good experience in setting up other HDTV's - but am new to trying to do this with a 'basic' setup - I'm more accustomed to trying to chose among MANY choices for inputs, rather than not having one available. What occurs to me, in order is: a) just have her upgrade to expanded basic, and get a converter box - she'll be annoyed as heck, though, and giving a gift that requires her to spend $10 a month extra makes me feel kinda crappy. b) procure a tuner/Tivo to act as the converter box. Certainly do-able, but adds cost and complexity to the setup. c) ??? any other options? there aren't converters for coax-hdmi, obviously. Thanks in advance to the GT brain trust.