1/28/2019 On Cox cable here, they recently (11/2018) moved their channels around with most channels above 1000 now using switched digital video (SDV) service. For 2 years up to this point, I have had no problems whatsoever with any channels. Since this switch, I now see bursts of pixelation on both live and recorded streams, but only on these SDV channels. Channels not using SDV are fine, both live and recorded. The recorded stream for the SDV channels show the exact same breakup/pixelation as was seen on the live stream, when played back on the Bolt at exactly the same spots. Breakups happen about every 10 to 15 seconds, but seem to be fairly random. This is very repeatable. Here's the clincher - Live TV and recordings are fine when played back on both Tivo minis! There is no pixelation or breakups whatsoever. I even hooked the TV that was on one of the Tivo-minis to the Bolt with a 3 foot high quality HDMI cable and it exhibits the breakups/pixelation just like the other TV, so it is definitely just a problem with the Bolt output. It's also fine on the Cox Contour box, which I don't really use, but I did hook it up long enough to see if it experiences the same problem. It doesn't. I have a Bolt with a Cisco tuning adapter and Cisco cable card as well as 2 Tivo minis on Moca. The diagnostics on all channels are about the same : Signal level = ~90% SNR>=35dB RS Uncorrected = 0 RS Corrected = 0 This is for any and all channels over many hours, whether on the switched digital video channel or not. I don't see how this could be a signal issue with errors at 0, signal very strong and both live and playback fine on both TV minis. It looks like there is some decoding problem inside the Bolt after coming off the HD for streams that were sourced by a SDV channel. I have changed ALL coax, HDMI and USB cables to new ones and I reboot everything nightly via an outlet timer. There is a Moca POE filter at the cable entry, followed by a 5 way splitter, feeding the Bolt, 2 Tivo minis, cable modem and tuning adapter. There is an 2nd Moca POE at the tuning adapter input and a 3rd Moca POE at the input of the cable modem. The tuning adapter output is unused as recommended by Tivo. (As I said, this setup worked fine for over 2 years.) Tivo support is sending me a refurbished box in case there is an issue with my particular hardware, but I have a sneaking suspicion that the new box will have the same issue. They won't escalate this issue until I see if the new box experiences the same problem. I was wondering if anyone else has seen this. Thanks!