I have Comcast & I have 3 TIVos (S2, S3 & S4; all lifetimes). In the past, I noticed that the TiVo site had information about Comcast TiVo boxes as being available in the Boston area only. However, I now see from their Comcast TiVo page (http://www3.tivo.com/products/source/cable/tivo-comcast/index.html) that it seems like they are getting ready to make a Comcast TiVo box available on a broader scale (like what some of the other cable companies have as well; Charter, RCN, Suddenlink, etc.). I say this cause there is even a section where you can sign up and be notified when it will be available in your area. Is this true? If so & from the TiVo feature chart, I'm assuming a Comcast provided TiVo box will have full OnDemand, but no Netflix. I'm also assuming these Comcast TiVos will have network jacks to allow for MRV, but I wouldn't be surprised if Comcast nixes that feature as well. I currently use PyTivo a lot for all my boxes and would that be too much to wish for as well for these possible Comcast TiVo boxes? Even with all these differences, I might still consider one since TiVo seems relentless in charging me $9.95/month "digital outlet" fees for each of my 3 cable cards (instead of simply $1.50/card like they use to). I go into my local office each month and complain about this. They are nice about it & agree it should only be $1.50 instead. Then give me the appropriate credit, but I'm on 3 months having to do this and its getting old. If I could easily rent a TiVO box for the same $9.95/month, I'm thinking it might be better to just do that. Don't have to worry about maintaining it or it breaking down. This way if it fails, I just bring it in & swap it out. Any thoughts on these new possible TiVo cable boxes with Comcast software?