Advertisements Thanks Comcast Rep, but you need to post here because this forum is where all the TiVo talk happens. It doesn't make sense not to post here. The AVS forums are dead on Comcast TVo. They mostly gave up and went back to iGuide or bought TiVo HD's. The hardcore TiVo fans we have here will work with you. We want Comcast TiVo to succeed. This forum provides much more feedback to Comcast and TiVo by Comcast TiVo users who are sticking with it through the bug fixes. It's very important that Comcast Rep comes here officially and keeps everyone informed through this bumpy rollout period. As soon as the crazy 8888's bug fix is rolled out to the New Bedford MA area and I read about it here, I'll be back in with a Comcast TiVo. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showpost.php?p=13884210&postcount=133 05-16-08, 03:56 PM #133 | Link Comcast Rep New Member Join Date: Jan 2008 Posts: 7 Hello everyone. I want to provide an update on the Comcast DVR with TiVo Service. In the past, some users have noticed long delays (up to several minutes) when scheduling recordings (including setting up and modifying Season Passes). We made a change recently to correct this issue, and you should now see improved performance when scheduling recordings. The software update for the Comcast/TiVo DVR that rolled out to part of the region at the beginning of April is on hold for the moment, but we are working to get it out as soon as possible. As a reminder, this release contains fixes for a perpetual reboot loop (with the front-panel display showing 8888), the Dolby Digital output on DCH set-top boxes, improves the Guide HD filter behavior, and other bug fixes. I'm also happy to tell you that there will be another release targeted for the next few months that will provide noticeable performance improvements, particularly to scheduling and Guide. I can provide an update later on as we determine the exact timing for this release. Thanks again for your feedback and your patience as Comcast and TiVo work to improve your user experience.