Advertisements Well, I'm pleased to say I'm back with TiVo. I was spending this to have TV+DVR in three rooms with FiOS Quantum: $22/month - FiOS DVR service (6 tuners) $7.99/month - first box $7.99/month - second box $7.99/month - third box $45.97 total Now I'm spending this: $19.99/month - TiVo fee (I got in on the discounted preowned deal -- save on box price and have a slightly higher monthly fee) $4.99/month - CableCARD fee $24.98 total And with two Minis I now have TiVo in all three rooms. Still with 6 tuners. Yes, I had upfront costs with TiVo, but the service is so much better and I can sell the boxes later if I want. Other pluses: + So much faster. Inputting channels took forever on the FiOS DVRs. Typing in channel "505" would sometimes take me to 505 after a few seconds. But more regularly it would take me to channels 50, 05, 5005, 55, etc. + More integrated. A search for "Broad City," for example, gives me upcoming showings, Amazon Prime listings, and showings on my DVR. + Episode numbering and list. I love that I can make sure I'm watching shows in order. + First aired date. TiVo tells me when the show first aired, so I know whether it's pretty new or really old. + iPad app. Streaming live TV out of home or in. Finding shows to watch while sitting on the couch. Downloading shows for offline viewing. It's awesome. When browsing movies you see their Metacritic score. When browsing live sporting events, you see their Thuuz score. Love that because I use both of those sites. + What to Watch Now. I'm digging this portion of the TiVo menu. My favorite part is probably the list of all the movies playing now. It even shows the movie posters. What else do you love about TiVo that FiOS DVRs don't have?