The Olympics are coming up, so it's time to think about buying another TiVo. I'm on Comcast with all-digital cable (Motorola head-end). We have slowish-DSL. I have one TiVoHD. Our TV is SD, so we wouldn't be using the HDUI. Budget (not counting service) is $150.00. What I need: basic TiVo functionality. I don't do Netflix or Hulu; I don't have a smartphone; I don't need a multi-room solution. I just want more tuners, and the basic record-watch- delete or archive TiVo stuff. I do archive, especially for the Olympics (using kmttg/VideoReDo TVSuite). So here's what I'm looking at: The Premiere ($49.99) The Premiere 4 ($124.99, or $99 for the refurb) The Premiere 4 XL refurb ($149.99) (the wildcard) Humax DRT400 from Weaknees ($149.00) used TiVoHD off eBay? Romio Basic? Obvious advantages are: For the two-tuner Premiere: it's cheap. For the P4 -- more tuners, and if we retired the HD, we'd only have one monthly service charge instead of 2. For the P4XL -- the same, with more space on the drive. However, if the performance is flaky and I miss the recordings I want, none of the other specs really matter. Obvious disadvantages: Any functions that are only available on the HDUI are off-limits Premieres are older technology, thus not as future-proofed as buying a new Roamio Refurbs are refurbed for a reason - do I want to buy someone else's problem? So: which one do I want? Or should I scrape the couch cushions for the extra $50 and buy a new Romio instead? Which TiVo is best at doing basic TiVo stuff, and is the least likely to flake out on me? Edited to add: I need 2 more tuners, to make about 100 hours of recordings. With the Romio deals bringing the base Romio into my budget, it's looking like the best candidate, but I'd still appreciate any tips or things to watch out for. Thanks!