I have a Romio OTA. I bought it a few years ago to ditch cable. Have been happy with it for the most part, but I have never been able to get all the broadcast channels that are available. I can fiddle with the antenna in the attic to get most channels, but not all. Fox and ABC need alternate fiddling, which eliminates reception of the other channels. Tired of this. Decided on a cable card with my internet provider as it seemed a reasonable upgrade: all local channels and 10 cable channels of my choosing. From my digital provider I got a cable card, AND a digital receiver box that they said I may or may not need - I need to install the card in my Romio first to find out. And there's my issue. The card and the slot in the Romio aren't compatible. The business end of the card looks identical to the receiving slot in the OTA, but I need a 90° double male adapter that will allow the card to sit flat. Through some research on this forum, I found a guy on ebay who is selling them for $30 (he makes them himself?!?). I can afford that, but am wondering why this is the only outlet for this application of cable card and OTA. The cable/internet company is no help. I called Weaknees for support, and was told that OTA means just that - over the air - and that my Tivo won't work with cable card. This seems contrary to a lot of other information I have found. Questions: 1) Has anyone else encountered the situation I am in? 2) Why would Weaknees tell me that it the card and box are incompatible, when so much info talks about that combination? 3) Does anyone have any information about the strange digital receiver box that I may, or may not need?