Advertisements Besides my litter of broken TiVos, I currently have an active Premier and a Roamio Pro. They are hooked up to a Denon A/V receiver and the receiver outputs to a Pioneer plasma via HDMI with an HDMI/DVI adapter at the TV side. The TV supports 1080i. When I look at the video settings on the old TiVos, they show 1080i selected, but if I click on the setting, everything shows 'not supported' except 480p. Even the 1080i setting, which is currently selected, shows not supported. However, both TiVos maintain this 1080i setting throughout reboots and standbys and cat fights and hail and snow storms. I set 1080i during guided setup and they know I meant it. Now enter the Bolt. It failed to auto-detect the supported video during guided setup. Ok, neither did the other two. I went through testing the modes, clicking thumbs up, etc. When done, I deselected everything but 1080i. I complete guided setup, which reboots itself a couple of times. When it comes up, all the menus are in 1080i. Good. Eventually, the system will only display 480p and the only way to get out of that mode is to repeat guided setup. After a lot of testing, I found that the triggers are 1) go into standby and 2) pull the plug. Apparently it rebooting itself doesn't cause the issue. I called TiVo and, even though I have two other TiVos functioning perfectly fine, they spent at least 45 minutes trying to blame the issue on my other equipment and/or the cable company. They finally acknowledged it was an issue and sent out a new unit, which I received today. I just now completed guided setup and immediately put it into standby and when it came back, what? 480p. Has anyone else experienced an issue like this? Is this a known issue with Bolt's or do you think that I've somehow ended up with two lemons? I'm not looking forward to my next call.