Advertisements No TiVo yet. My tech called me at work, but I was busy. I tried his phone, but no answer or return calls. I don't know if he was trying to set up an appointment. I'm going to have to call Comcast. Monday, they delivered a DVR that could't download TiVo. Tuesday, he brought me a new DVR, but servers where down and he couldn't download TiVo. Wednesday, he said servers were still down and that's why he didn't even attempt to come by again. Thursday he had the day off. Today, he tried to contact me once, but did not return calls. I'm beginning to think it stupid to even bother, TiVo on Comcast should just work. There should be no installation problems with so many months experience. My TiVo HD's work fanstastic. However, I'll give Comcast support a call over the weekend and see what's really going on, just in case my tech is incompetent. Maybe he will show up tomorrow to get TiVo working on the Comcast DVR. We'll see. I really want to try it, but with YouTube and other streaming content coming to my TiVo HD's by months end, I might just be returning the Comcast DVR for a second time and for good and install a 3rd TiVo HD. It looks like if you can afford to buy your own TiVo HD for $250 and buy Lifetime Service for $399 or $299 in my case for already owning at least one with Lifetime, it's a better deal and DVR experience. I just loose OnDemand and PPV, but gain so much more at a lower cost owning it over renting it from Comcast forever.