This probably belongs in a different forum, but since the problem is only on my S3 and not S2, here goes: When the promotion for Amazon Unbox was announced I signed up and ordered a movie. I successfully downloaded it to an S2 with no problem. The S3 is a different story. I would get the message stating that it was added to my download queue but nothing would happen. I figured it had to do with the S3 being so full of KUID programs. Now I finally have space but I am still getting no downloads to the S3 - Tivocasts are working so I know this is not the problem. I do now get a message from Amazon that states: Greetings from the Amazon Unbox Team! Thank you for your recent order from Amazon Unbox. Please note that we were unable to download your Unbox video to your TiVo box at this time because it does not have enough available disk space. To download your Unbox video to your TiVo box, please take the following steps: Free up disk space on your TiVo box To make space, delete programs which have been recorded in the last 48 hours or which you have set to "Keep until I delete" (look for the green dot) To make room for a 2 hour Unbox video, you should delete at least: 1 hour of programming recorded at TiVo's Best Quality setting 1 1/2 hours at the "High Quality" setting 2 hours at the "Medium Quality setting", or 4 hours at the "Basic Quality" setting Restart the download of your video from Amazon Unbox's Your Media Library Go to Your Media Library at http://www.amazon.com/library Navigate to the "Downloads" tab at the top of Your Media Library; sign-in to your Amazon.com account, if necessary From the Downloads tab, click the "Download" button next to the Unbox video you want to download Select your TiVo DVR as the download destination and click the "Download" button Your video should begin downloading to your TiVo DVR within 15 minutes Now my question is, if I have 30+ hours of suggestions shouldn't some automatically delete to make room for the download? After all, this is what Tivo thinks I should watch taking priority over what I know I want to watch. Even if the suggestions were all recorded within the last 48 hours it shouldn't matter. I assume the same would happen with a Tivocast but the shorter time makes it less noticable. In fact, I often see Tivocasts start to download right after a program is deleted. Shouldn't a requested order take priority over a suggestion and force some to be deleted? It seems like I should try to delete my suggestions and then immediately request the download again. Is this normal procedure when the suggestions folder is all recent within 48 hours? The dual tuner keeps the suggestions folder full and current. Not a convenient thing if true since I would likely order movies from work to have ready when I get home. I know I could turn off suggestions but I shouldn't need to to make this work! Ideas???