Advertisements I have had cablecard TiVo units in Houston for over 18 months. My first ones were activated just as TWC was officially leaving town. At that time, cablecard support was fair at best. Probably just under fair to be honest. When the HD units came out, I picked one up. I went to my nearest service center to pick up the cards (yes, we get to do self-install, PLUS no card rental fees!), and support had gotten a bit better. Card availability that is. But I still had the lady behind the counter repeatedly tell me that I would not be able to get channels above 100 with the cards. OK, sure, more training for her I'm guessing. Well, I just installed another HD unit yesterday. Again, to my nearest service center I go to get the cards, and the lady behind the counter asks if it is for a TiVo. Yes. Then she asks is it for an S3 or HD? I'm somewhat impressed. Then she says, because if it is an HD we can give you one M card instead of two S cards. And this was the look on my face. I nearly soiled myself from that completely unexpected display of TiVo knowledge! The call to the activation line was very smooth as well. Just moments after the call, all channels coming in on both tuners. So, IMO, Houston Comcast is very supportive of TiVo.