I have a vacation home in AZ and every year for the last 8 years I have been able to get a 'package' from Cox which includes Internet service and TV service with a cable card. Those two services typically cost about $90/month. This year they do not have ANY packages that do NOT include their own DVR (Contour) and the same package now costs $120/month. When I mentioned that I do not need the DVR since I have a Tivo, I was advised that there would be an additional charge of $2/month for the cable card rental. When I mentioned that the 'package' price was considerably more expensive this year than last, she said it was because it 'included' their DVR that could not be removed and no discount was provided. Isn't this a violation of the FCC rules that prohibits them from requiring us to pay for a DVR that we don't need or want? Of course the rep says that there is no additional charge for the DVR. It seems clear that this is a violation of the spirit of the FCC rules related to cable cards. Does anyone have any information about this? I know there is a site where complaints can be sent to the FCC but I'm seeking information from other forum members first.