I'm hoping that if enough of us complain to Time Warner Cable about their stupid use of the CCI Byte (setting it to 0x02 for practically all channels except for local broadcast, PPV, HBO/SHOW, etc.) Step #1: Using this link from the Consumerist (http://consumerist.com/5076294/reach-time-warner-cable-executive-customer-service), I found an email address for Time Warner. Send an email to: TWC.COTP@twcable.com Arguments I used: a) I can copy freely the analog channels (in my case channels 2-78) on my Tivo Series 2, but if I have a Cable Card, TW has decided I can no longer do that. b) TW setting of CCI byte 0x02 for all channels (again, non broadcast local, PPV, etc.) is a violation of the Cable in the Classroom (CiC) guidelines c) other cable companies such as Comcast, and Verizon FIOS TV do not set the CCI byte for the same set of channels. Step #2: Contact CiC and let them know that TW Cable is not allowing for fair use and restricting the ability to transfer the same content. Use this URL: http://www.ciconline.org/contactcic Step #3: Contact Tivo and ask them to also intervene and contact your local cable provider. Although I was informed that TW policy is a Corporate policy set for ALL Time Warner offices. Step #4: (IMO, this one is fairly useless), file a complaint with the FCC. In my case all I got was an email with a 2 page PDF that explained how a cable card is inserted into a TV and sits between the Cable provider and the TV. Hopefully if we all start complaining and emailing they may actually do something. (it never hurts, right)?