So, here's what I have: S2DT lifetime Tivo HD lifetime with 1TB DVR Expander attached Tivo Premiere lifetime The thing is, I just bought a Tivo Premiere XL at a thrift store for $40, after verifying it worked and the TSN was clear. I was just able to activate lifetime service on it for $199 - CSR offered, I took it, considering it my lucky day! It's on my account now, confirmed with lifetime, and it's working fine. That's cheaper than the hottest of the Woot deals. It's going in the living room, which pushes the Premiere out of there. This leaves me with a dilemma: I really only have a USE for two or three DVR's in the house, and I really do need to recoup the $199 that I spent on this lifetime. Thus, selling one box seems to be my best bet. So, any thoughts on which I should sell? I plan to keep the expander and use it with whichever capable unit I keep. Tivo S2DT with lifetime - not currently actively used, but it is the base unit for MSD purposes - but I'm not sure that MSD is a factor anymore! The real downside of selling the S2DT is that I'd probably barely hit $200 for it after all the ebay fees and junk are taken out. Tivo HD with lifetime - I might net $375 for it after ebay/pp fees. Tivo Premiere with lifetime - I might net $400 for it after ebay/pp fees. More or less, the choice is this: Option 1: sell S2DT for $200 and lose MSD but get rid of oldest tech / hardest to use anymore Option 2: sell Tivo HD (most likely) or Premiere for $375-400 and keep MSD but lose newer tech/most likely to be supported in the future. Obviously with Option 2 there's also the "HD or Premiere" issue but I'd probably keep the Premiere since the monetary difference is so low. Does anyone else regret losing their MSD when all they had at the time was lifetimed boxes? I know the S2DT and HD will continue to lose value, but I've got to think the S2DT's value is going to drop faster.