I remember reading a thread a long time ago about what to do when a cable company claims they don't have Cable Cards but I can't find it. A relatively new, municipally owned company called LUS Fiber (Lafayette Utilities System, lusfiber.com) won a court battle against Cox Communications a few years ago, who was fighting to keep the city from operating a cable TV network, and has finally implemented services in my area. We've been at an apartment that used Cox and I have a Cable Card with a TiVo Premiere, along with 20 Mbps internet, though we only got around 2 Mbps since the whole apartment shared the connection. We just moved into a house, and Cox's internet is really bad, 3.5 - 5 Megabits on a "Premier" 20 megabit connection for $57/mo. The technician checked for problems like noise in the lines and he said everything should be operating normally. My neighbor has a 30 Megabit LUS Fiber Internet connection for $45, and it is amazing. It's all I want from them, but I saw the TiVo Guided Setup has LUS Fiber in the list of available providers, so I'd like to get TV from them as well. LUS said they do not offer Cable Cards since their network is fiber to the home. Aren't all cable companies supposed to offer them regardless of how they get it in the home? It has to end in a coax connection to the TiVo anyway, and the cable card fits inside the TiVo, so I don't see why they would be excused from providing them. Would it be easier for me to keep Cox for the TV and switch to LUS Fiber for the internet, or should I file a complaint with the FCC against LUS in hopes of forcing them to offer the cable card?