Advertisements Hi folks, I'm a longtime owner of a Series 2 standalone box with lifetime service. I just got this thing in the mail last week with the offer of TiVo Premiere + lifetime for 469 or something. What I'm thinking is, what with all the Netflix/Amazon video on Demand/Blockbuster on Demand and eventually Hulu Plus functionality, is it practical/economical to tell Comcast to go stuff it and pay for just what I want from the named sources, plus grab ABC/NBC/CBS/Fox/etc. stuff free OTA? I suspect that 66 bucks a month I'm spending on cable (and more in January, apparently) would pay for quite a bit of digitally delivered content. Now, the fly in the ointment might be: I have Qwest DSL and unfortunately in my neighborhood it tops out at about 3 Mbps (yeah it sucks). I've never run up against a bandwidth cap with my (separate, independent) ISP nor Qwest, but if I started streaming and downloading a lot of shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, etc. would they be likely to balk? I'm in Portland, Oregon if it makes a difference. Separate question: with these TV services, do you own your copy of the stuff or is it a "watch it once" sort of thing? Anyway, thanks for putting up with a noob, and replies would be most appreciated.