Congrats! You just referred to about 95% of the forum membership as fools. If I put the disclaimer in every post then you guys would be griping that I'm being too repetitive. Like it or not, Windows PCs are here to stay. The vast majority of the population uses them and virtually every large business uses them, regardless of what you think about them. I'm no fan of anything Microsoft but I have to admit that Windows 7 is the best thing that's come out of Redmond in decades. It's more stable than any version I've used in the past. Media Center is just icing on the cake. I use a Windows PC every day at work. I've also used Unix workstations, Linux-based systems, and Macs. Frankly, a Windows PC does everything I need it to and I rarely have issues with them. I've been using the same Windows PC at home for years without so much as a single glitch that was software related. I've also got a Hackintosh that I built that I haven't even turned on in over a year. I stick with my Windows PC because it's what I'm used to, same as you guys are with your Tivos. It's just something that resides within your comfort zone. I'd be curious to know what impact Win 7 with Media Center has on Tivo's subscriber numbers based on this article. Tivo's subscriber base has apparently shrunk from a peak of 4.36 million in January of 2006 to a level of 1.93 million as of July 2011. Sounds to me like there aren't as many happy Tivo customers as there used to be.