I realize that being an "Early Adopter" involves spending more money and time to debug something for the thrill of being first on the block to have the latest and greatest item. (Yes, I am waiting for my S3 to arrive....) I do it with Tivo's, computers, Microsoft Operating Systems....it is fun...but at times you lose a little hair (ok sometimes a lot of hair with Microsoft OS's) But I am growing a bit suprised and concerned that Tivo did not do enough pre-work with the cable companies on "greasing the skids" on getting multiple cablecards installed easier. Let's use Comcast as an example (which is my cable co). Tivo and Comcast are working on a device together...so there is a complex exisiting relationship. Couldn't Tivo have gotten a person in comcast to put a technote in the customer support data base about how to handle the product? Or a person to refer issues to within Comcast? Or a person at Tivo to email who has worked with Comcast to get ready and can help clear up issues. Other than a letter published in trade mags...it almost feels like no prework was done. Yes, I realize that there a lots of cable companies out there...but there are several big ones that most of us use. WOrk with the top 5 first. Just to jump to the thought that someone will raise..should we have been compensated more for this pain??....For me, that is not my concern....I understand what I am getting into (or think I understand)....I just wonder whether more could have been done to ease the pain.