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You might want to give the Comcast app a try by pmoose
I'm not sure if it has a way to reorganize the channel views, but it's nice to be able to go to a smart phone/iPad/iPod/etc. and be able to scroll quickly through the guide, then select the station you want.
I had Comcast at home but my wife decided to switch us to UVerse after years of us stating how annoyed we were with Comcast slowly creeping the price up on us every 6-12 months. It's funny because when Xfinity was first introduced, the price stayed constant for about 2 years, but Comcast once again decided to creep the price up on us and my wife decided to make the switch. I do like UVerse more than Comcast for my TV options.