So I have had my Tivo HD Series 3 for a year or more in San Antonio with Time Warner Cable and things went fine. Recently most of my HD channels stopped recording on Tivo. I was adding TW Digital phone and DSL(turbo), so I asked the sales persons to add a service call and send out two cable cards as there must be a cable card problem. The cable guy shows up to install all my new stuff, but has no clue he is to make a service call. He has no cable cards and does not know from cable cards. (Off topic but he would not give me an updated channel listing, mine was a year old, because I was not "upgrading" the TV, only adding digital phone and Road Runner. ) Today another cable guy comes with cards. Calls a cable buddy to come over. Calls another cable buddy! I have three trucks outside. I am helping, looking on Tivo. Nothing works. Finally about 3 hours later Cable Guy #1 tells me my Tivo HD does not get the HD channels because TWC has gone to "switched digital video." So my expensive Tivo HD DVR can record ESPN and the local stations. Funny how they did not make ESPN switched . .. . NO Discovery, NO National Geographic, NO ESPN2, NO History Channel NO RECORDING DEADLIEST CATCH IN HD, which is how I "discovered" this problem. They did not even tell their own tech people! That's cost productive to send out a tech for three hours. He says not many people have Tivo HD. Well they won't now! How would you like to install cable cards in a new Tivo HD and then demonstrate to the homeower that they can see and record 4 HD channels. If I had another option here, I would take it! I called Grande, but they are not in my area. I had one of the satellites but I don't think it was very Tivo friendly and I never got reception when it stormed. I dropped them after they gave me three boxes in a row that did not work. TWC gave me a DVR free for six months, so now I have to use their %^$# DVR to record in HD. They better get this sorted out in six months. I understand a tuner will fix it, but the tuner is being developed. It had better be quick and had better be free and I hope that Tivo is talking hard to Time Warner because they are being undermined here. I had not notification whatsover of this "switching" but you better believe I feel switched and I wish I could switch. I have 60 days to get out of the Time Warner contract if anyone has any good ideas. My zip is 78260. Anyone else upset about this in San Antonio?