When I first got my Roamio I went through a couple of weeks of diagnosing and/or replacing splitters and fixing sub-par coax connections, and other solutions to get my dB levels in an acceptable range. For the most part, my signal seems solid; however, on rare occasions when I'm watching recorded TV, there might still be some very slight pixelation and audio drops for a few seconds, but usually not bad enough to miss anything. The channels this occurs on may vary and at the time of the 'blips' there really isn't anything obvious happening on my internal network that should be causing this. This was a behavior I'd come to accept with satellite, although the drops and pixelation lasted longer during a storm. When I moved to TWC cable, I expected this type of issue would be a thing of the past and even though I've spent considerable amount of time investigating and implementing the best solution I could find for my TWC connections, I'm still seeing this on an infrequent basis. So, my question is, assuming one has what you'd consider a good signal, does this still just happen on rare occasions? Is it normal to see this happen, maybe 1-2 times a week (If I had to guess)?