Advertisements I don’t know if there is an official bug list, so I thought I would toss in my $0.02. No responses needed, I’m not trying to debug the problems. Just passing on my experience. I’m glad that TiVo is still keeping the Premier Line updated, this is extremely important for customer retention. If they had not upgraded the Premier, then I would not staying with TiVo much longer. I plan to skip the current DVR line and pick up the next generation (if it support OTA), if/when it comes. This makes me feel like I had a long enough life with my Premier. Since receiving the update my Tivo Premier XL has locked up 3 times requiring me to pull the plug. 1st Lockup: Converting all my SP’s (about 50) to include streaming options. While about 50% through the list, it went to blue circle, and never came back, no response to remote. I can see this one, as I had just made massive changes and I would guess I overflowed a stack buffer or something. 2nd Lockup: The Now Playing List had some empty folders that I was trying to clean up. For example, the default SP had streaming plus recordings. I manually deleted the streams I had already seen, and watched the last 2 recorded episodes, so I was going back and forth in and out of the folder trying to make it go away. I was bouncing to other folders to see if they have the same problem. The screen went black and would not come back. Eventually I could press Guide and get it to come up, but I could not navigate or select anything in the guide. 3rd Lockup: Tuned on the TV when I got home from work last night and got an error something like “VC – Channel not found”. It did not matter what channel I selected, including OTA channels. Generally I like the update, (apart from the reboots), there are some tweaks that need to occur though in my opinion. Empty Folders in Now Playing List: I likes the old behavior that folders would not be visible if there were no unwatched shows. This really clutters up the now playing list. Date Stamps For Folders: Again, the folders should be sorted by the most currently available unwatched show. This does not seem to the case. I have folders that show a date of 2/28 but the most current show in there is 2/1 but they are sorted ahead of other folders with newer shows. Would like better clarity of PAID vs. “FREE” sources: When you explore an episode, it shows all sources (which is OK), but Xfinity should be Xfinity (FREE) or Xfinity ($2.99), and Amazon Prime and Amazon Instant both show up as show options. There is no need to show Amazon Instant (which is paid), if there is already a PRIME (free version), because it could be that someone clicks on instant and pays for show they already had available for free. It is hard to train the other users in my house to #1. Look for the Netflix or Hulu Icon, then #2 Look for the Prime, then #3 Go into Xfinity, but only continue if it is free, then #4 Go to Instant because it is usually cheaper than Xfinity. There still seems to be some disconnect or lag between updates from all video sources: Eg House of cards did not show up in OnePass, and I noticed that it thinks that some streams of episodes are paid and some are free, when they are free. I don’t recall the show, but S1E1 was Free, S1E2 was Paid, S1E3-E12 were free. I really doubt the S1E2 was only from paid sources. ALL SAID IT IS HUGE STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. Please continue to work diligently on the bugs and unexpected behaviors, and the user experience.