My daughter has asked if she can take one of our TiVo's to college with her in the fall. Given that one of our Series 3's is pretty much dedicated to her and her season passes, we could do that without much pain "viewing wise". And, knowing her viewing and studying habits, I can actually see how this could help avoid "appointment TV" and allow her to watch her "must see shows" after she has finished studying or even on the weekend. However, I want to make sure I've thought this through. a) The college offers cable (SD and HD) in each dorm room as a part of the room fees. The signal is unencrypted (no cable card needed). b) I've already verified that the channel line-up is already in TiVo's system (even named with the University name). The line-up matches what is on the university website exactly. c) No OTA available but all major networks are rebroadcast on the cable in SD and HD. d) Hardwired internet access is available in the room. e) The Series 3 has lifetime service on it. Is this as simple as... 1) Removing Cable Card and returning to Time-Warner 2) Connecting the TiVo in her dorm room and running guided set-up with the new channel line-up Any issues with having TiVo's 100's of miles apart on the same account? Of course, she wouldn't be able to do any MRV given that they aren't on the same network, but she should still have access to everything else. Right? Anything that you folks see I'm missing here?