Advertisements Hi, in case you don't know, I run enterwebz.tv, an HME app server for TiVo DVRs... one of only two servers (the other is wmcbrine's Reversi) that exist for the "Add an App" button on your TiVo apps page (unless you have Bolt and later models). I just received notice from my provider that they are going to migrate my server from Dallas to to Michigan in about a week. That means a change in IP address, that means current users (of IP address 18.104.22.168) will see Enter Webz disappear and everyone has to start over entering the new IP address on January 12th (they tell me it will be 22.214.171.124) That said, if you have used it, you may have noticed over the years that less and less is working. Every time TiVo releases an update, it seems, they break another HME feature. No longer does EWz work with youtube links, music streaming & mp3s, and the most common video formats like mp4. The only things that still seem to work are MPEG2 format videos, images, simple games and information apps, and the original inspiration: a web page interpreter. But the old mobile-friendly web page formats EWz depended on are rarely used on websites anymore, so the web pages tend to not work, either. Of the 2000+ TiVo devices that have connected in the last 4 years, I know a hundred or so of them are still active users. Active users are probably just there for the games, especially the substitutes for the ones that TiVo got rid of (e.g. WordSmythe, my enhanced replacement for WordSmith). Here's my dilemma: I do this out of my own pocket. It's not a big expense, and I do share the server with some throw-away hobby side projects. The point is, it doesn't benefit me directly (nobody at my house even plays the games). Because of TiVo Inc's hobbling of the technology, I haven't been updating anything since it feels like wasted effort. I got it to automatically restart when there's a problem, and haven't done much since. I am hesitant to go through the effort to even add a user notice of this change, especially since they'll only have a week to see the notice before it's gone. Nothing prevents this entire thing from happening again when my provider reorganizes another time. I have just contacted my provider about needing to keep my IP address or at least to have more time, or to allow me to keep running concurrent with the new server so I can put up notifications for people to transition, but I am doubtful they'll do anything for me. Obviously, most of you don't care about apps, especially games, but those of you who DO care: How important is it to you that I keep this thing running?