Advertisements I come here as a complete newbie but after seeing videos of the Premiere in action I am left desiring the much-improved UI of that device over Time Warner Cable's clunky DVR that I am currently leasing. That said, I am having a really hard time justifying the expense of a TiVo Premiere as it seems to me the dollars just do not add up. Here is my situation: -Time Warner cable - living room TV connected to leased HD-DVR ($15.25 a month) -bedroom TV connected straight to jack, no set-top box I don't care about having 2 DVRs....one in the living room is enough. However, I would really like to have some sort of box for the bedroom TV so I can have guide access. A non-DVR HD box is $7.50 monthly. Premiere - $300 Annual Service - $130 (~$11 a month) CableCARD - $2.75 a month It seems the monthly rate is essentially a wash vs. leasing a DVR. In other words, I'm paying $300 for an upgraded UI. This isn't taking into consideration any technical difficulties I have getting my TiVo configured with TWC, something I don't need to worry about with a leased DVR. Can someone convince me my #s are wrong or if I am missing some part of the bigger picture?