Advertisements With the end of the lifetime transfer option approaching I need to decide if I buy an S3 in the next week or so, or wait until a better time. I own two lifetimed S2's. I am also using a Comcast digital box and one in the bedroom. My living room has a Comcast HD DVR to record HD programs and the second Tivo is also in this room recording SD programming. The 6412 does OK for my recording needs. I don't care about suggestions and I can live with the lock ups and frustrations associated with it. I assume the S3 would be less annoying. I have another TV in the family room that has just analog cable and no DVR. Long term I could see the following set up: an S2 attached to my to SD tvs and the S3 attached to my HDTV. No Comcast boxes. Anything that is off a digital, premium, or HD channel gets recorded on the S3 (but can be watched via MRV in any room). All the SD stuff gets recorded on the other Tivos but once again can be watched anywhere. If MRV is never supported by the S3 then this set-up won't work and the advantage of the S3 is minimized. It is nicer than the 6412 which does everything I need, just not as seamlessly as an S3 does. I can't think of a good reason to worry about the lifetime transfer at this point. Since I am not getting rid of the S2, I still would have to deal with the new pricing structure. Thus it seems to me that waiting to see that MRV can be supported is my best avenue. I may also get lucky and end up paying a little less, although that isn't a requirement. Perhaps I'll get lucky and the pricing structure will have changed again to something less (insert favorite colorful phrase here). Am I missing something?