Thank you forum members! First time poster; long time reader. I decided that I had had enough with Directv not adding to the Tivo functionality. I bought a Tivo HD last week from Amazon. I did the lifetime $399 service since I still have an a SVR-2000 from Oct. 2000 that I still use. I also have Directv boxes T-60 and HR10-250, but I might turn those off if Comcast continues to be great. One note on my install. Comcast installer brought one M-card (Motorola). When ordering I had told the CSR to put, needs an M-card on the work order. I had little hope, but it worked out. The tech had a hard time getting the rep on the phone to activate the card because the rep was new. The card would never come out of the "searching for channels" message. Based on a previous posters comments, I downloaded the Installing a Cable Card instructions from tivo.com since the instructions in the Tivo box were no help. I determined that the card was communicating from the cable card menu. The tech left frustrated saying I probably had a bad card, but it was late. I said I would try a few more things after he was gone. I did a restart, then it prompted me to do a guided setup. Since that time, everything has been perfect. Unfortunately the Tivo directions in the box say that you should confirm that you get the encrypted channels before you perform the guided setup. In retrospect, I suggest that everyone put the card in and do a guided setup while the tech is on the phone. Couldn't be happier right now. Have not seen a bill yet though!