After 2.5 years our 3TB Bolt+ HDD is beginning to fail. Based on other threads it looks like finding a replacement 3TB 2.5" HDD that will work is no longer an option so a replacement TiVo is on the way. The confirmation order says that it's a "TiVo-renewed BOLT VOX 3TB". I'm not sure exactly what that means but I'm wary that I'm going to end up with something different than what we have now with the latest UI which I'd really like to avoid for a number of reasons. We don't need or want the new UI or voice command, etc. The wife's favorite motto is "change is bad" so I do NOT want our "new" TiVo to rock the boat. I've found Dave Zatz's instructions for downgrading from TE4 to TE3 so hopefully that will work on the replacement box. Also, I've managed to get the current Bolt's HDD working (at least for the moment.) and I'd like to transfer all of our existing Bolt+ recordings to the replacement. Back in the day I was able to use a crossover Ethernet cable to connect two TiVos for fast transfers. Is that still doable? I've used KMTTG to copy all of the Bolt's One Passes over to our TiVo Premiere XL4 so that I can add them back to the replacement TiVo when it gets here on Friday. I'm pretty disappointed that the Bolt+ didn't even last three years. We have a Series3 that's still working like a champ. Guess those days are over though and I'm really not looking forward to setting this new box up, but it is what it is I guess and I want it to go as smoothly as possible. TIA for any tips, tricks or other sage advice!