So I started fresh, downloaded a new .tivo, decrypted, did the QS Fix, popped the file into Premier Elements... and still had the audio sync problem. I then opened the file in Video Redo Suite... no problems at all. I watched the mpeg in Windows Media Player... no sync problems at all. Loaded the file up in Premier Elements... audio sync problems. (This is premier elements 3 by the way...) At any rate, I am cutting a DVD from Video Redo now. The previews show no sync issues. Will test the DVD, but I'm pretty sure it will be fine and my problems are with Premier Elements. I wasn't doing anything fancy with Elements to be honest. Video Redo seems a lot easier anyway so I will probably buy it and use it instead. One note... I didn't sign up for a trial key for Video Redo at first. So when I tried to do the QS fix in kmttg it just got to the fix part and said "queued". For like 10 minutes. Then I figured I should start Video Redo. Then it dawned on me to sign up for the key, because the popup might be screwing something up. I did that, and restarted Video Redo. Tried to run the fix again from kmttg (3 or 4 times) and it just hung every time in "queued" mode. After clicking around a lot I decided to reboot just to be safe. It turns out under a stack of windows was about 5 of those Video Redo popups... well they were popping under everything every time kmttg made the call to Video Redo for the QS fix. Moral of the story is to register for a trial key of video redo and install it before trying to run QS Fix from kmttg.