My AVR and my displays are all pretty much capable of converting 1080p/24 to 60fps. The thing that The TiVo Faithful are always missing is the big picture. The big picture is that if TiVo does not get a highly compelling all-room solution that supports lots and lots (and lots) of streamed content, they are screwed, at least in the retail market. People worrying about things like output resolutions, 6 (or 8) tuner boxes, hot swappable hard drives, synchronized scheduling between scads of TiVo units they have, etc ad naseum are basically TiVos hard core fringe users and probably less than 1% of the users out there. No matter how faithful, loyal and evangelical these users are, they are not enough to sustain TiVo as a business. TiVo needs highly compelling, easy to deploy products that cater to mom and pop. Mom and pop are way, way more concerned about things like being able to watch their TiVo in another room of their house (without needing a separate transcoder device), side-load content to their iPad for their family road trip (without a separate transcoder device), etc, and probably don't give a crap about whether their TiVo box is outputting native display formats when their TV probably just deinterlaces or does 3:2 pulldown, etc, on whatever the TiVo sends. Catering to "the fringe" is a great way of going out of business. This is exactly why Nest has completely blown off the whiners who keep asking for SDKs so that they can put wallpaper of their dogs on their electronic thermostats.