The only way to save your recordings and increase swap is to do a pipe transfer (basically MFS Tools 2.0 can only increase swap if it's doing its restore function). It makes sense to do this instead of blessing, even if you're not going over the limit. Despite the simplicity of blessing, if you don't increase swap it's very difficult to increase swap if you want to upgrade further and keep your recordings (adding swap would be a very similar process to the 'rescue' hack at the top of this thread, but you'd use pdisk to create a partition to relabel, rather than using the root partition). The trouble is, to explain this properly would add at least a page to Hinsdale. Unfortunately, if you don't understand this, you might conclude that a TiVo stuck in a green screen loop is unrecoverable, whereas infact it can be recovered with a clever hack. It would be nice to say to everyone who upgrades, 'if you go over 140Gb and you didn't expand your swap, tape a note with the address of the Upgrade Forum inside the lid - you'll know when you need it'.