I posted this over in the S3 forum, but theres not a lot of traffic there. I also posted within an ongoing conversation. Thought I'd post here as well to catch some eyeballs. Hi all - My 10 year old TiVoHD is starting to freeze up on video playback. I'm not yet ready to retire this lifetime machine. Thus, I'd like to replace the drive. Years ago, I upgraded from the factory drive to a 1TB Hitachi drive. At the time I used MFS Tools to move the image to the new drive. Currently, I'd like to move over all the programs that I have saved on the TiVo. I am seeking advice on this. Can I use MFS Tools to do this? I haven't found any documentation online that says I can or cannot do this. Just some websites that say to move programs I'd need to burn a disk and run a Linux ISO file via some sort of bootable CD (which I never have done). I think this bootable CD is also some sort of MFS Tool. Can someone elaborate on the best way for me to copy the image file AND the programs to the new drive? I have the original .tbk file from 10 years ago, and assume I can still pull the image off the current drive (it works, but not great anymore). Also, any recommendations on a new drive? I see many people recommending the WD Blue or Red series. Any downsides to these and any other suggestions?