TiVo is virtually the only device that can use this thing now, but conceivably new, low-end DCR devices could be designed to be able to use it from the beginning. I think that's the suggestion. "No, we don't need to spend a ton of time and money completing the definition of and providing compliance to the CEA's proposed 'Digital Cable Ready Plus' standard--with this simply little device, which we've already defined and prepared for distribution with the aid of a few key CEA members, the OEMs can make future low-end products which can tune SDV services without having to feature an expensive OCAP platform. (It doesn't address IPPV and VOD like DCR+ does, but of course SDV's the important thing)". "The check's in the mail", will only keep your landlord from kickin' your ass out for a very short time. They're trying to deliver on this almost before the FCC can require it in order to make it the solution of choice, since it'll be a solution that's already available or very close to being available. I still think that the FCC will need to require it, forcing the smaller providers to stock and provide the things.