"Digital TV will be so much better than analogue", they said.
"Don't worry about the pixellation in bad weather", they said, "the signal will be boosted once analogue is switched off."
Oh yeah? So why is the digital signal still crap? It's windy and raining outside (i.e. a typical British summer) and the TV picture is completely screwed. With analogue, you'd get a bit of snow, but could carry on watching. Now, both the sound and picture keep bugging out and make things almost impossible to watch. They call it the 'Digital Cliff' and it's bloody annoying. Our analogue service was switched off at the end of 2009, so when is this supposed signal boost going to take place?
Before anyone says it, no I don't need another aerial or TV. There's nothing wrong with the ones I have. It's just the stupid crappy digital service. I want my analogue back.