I can't belive the S3 has been on the market for a year now and we still don't have channel mapping. WTF?!? So I'm watching OAK/DEN and there's a weather delay. Flip over to DAL/MIA to see how that game's going. Black screen. Down a channel, perfect picture. Back to FOX, nothing. Some checking shows I'm now missing 3 HD network channels. FOX, ABC, and KCOP are gone. All I can assume is that Cox has changed the channel mappings and my cards didn't get updated. Restart, no change. Nothing's changed on my system but I can't watch the game in HD. Assuming I'm right and the channels have moved, maybe my cards will get updated. Maybe they won't. But there's nothing I can do about it right now. If I could do a channel scan and override the mapping manually, I could at least have a temporary fix while I'm waiting for a truck roll. I assume they'll insist on sending out a technician but I can't be sure yet. I have to wait until my roommate gets home to make the call. Since the cable's in his name, I can't make requests of any kind. Not even "Can you just verify that the account and cards are configured properly?" My cards appear to be working fine other than those three network HD channels. All of my HBO/SHO channels come in fine (including HD). My other premium HD channels (ESPN1/2, UHD, Discovery, etc.) all come in fine. I have no doubt the cable company does this crap to cause problems for cablecard devices. I've never seen a remapping get messed up on their receivers. Tivo, you need to give your customers the tools they need to fight this BS. (EDIT) BTW, my temporary fix will be to hook up an OTA antenna and see if I can replace the missing networks that way until this can be fixed. I'm supposedly within range of all three broadcast antennas (and several others). If they insist on a truck roll, I may just stick with OTA rather than take half a day off work and risk having an ignorant tech cause even more problems. That's a pretty lame.