While I have been upset for some time about the lack of TTG and MRV availability for programs recorded on my TiVo HD units, the lack of SDV channels was, in my eyes, the foremost issue. Now that we finally have Tuning Adapters working properly (at least here in Albany, NY), I suggest we focus on getting the cable providers to change their CCI flagging policies. Here in Albany, we have Time Warner Cable. They have set all the CCI flags as 0x02 (except local broadcast stations), which means Copy Once - The DVR can make a recording, but can't transfer it via MRV or TiVotoGo transfers. A comprehensive explanation of all CCI byte flags can be found here. After reading nearly all the info posted here in TiVo Community on CCI byte restrictions, it seems as though complaints to the FCC don't result in anything. Complaints to your local cable office result in being told it is a corporate policy. Complaints to corporate cable headquarters result in being told the broadcast companies have set the CCI byte and it is passed along. Does anyone know where the rules are listed as to what should and shouldn't have CCI byte set at 0x02? It would be nice to get a sense of direction from the powers-that-be at TiVo, inc. For example...should we focus on the corporate angle or the local franchise? Is TiVo, inc. doing anything about this issue? I'll gladly draft a letter or make a phone call, but some detailed information from those more knowledgeable than me would help. When I attempt to file a complaint through the FCC, I am taken through a set of multiple choice questions where there are no answers that allow you to file a complaint concerning cable companies’ unfair practices. Here's how it goes: 1. Go to the File a Complaint section of the FCC website at: http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm 2. Choose: Broadcast (TV and Radio), Cable, and Satellite Issues 3. What to choose in this menu? Either #6 Cable modem issues, cable signal leakage OR #7 DTV issues??? What is a TTG fan to do?