Advertisements Wanted to post my experience with Time Warner cable card installation in Southern California. Installer came late and attempted to physically install the card and just leave stating that his job was not to ensure that "programming" was successful. I made him stay as the cards weren't registering and he had no idea he needed to call in with the Host and Data IDs. After calling in the IDs card #1 worked but #2 didn't. This was 2.5 hours after he arrived. He explained to me that he had to leave as he had not had lunch and my first appointment ended there. The next day I called the local office and after confirming host and data IDs it seemed that one was incorrectly inputted. They sent another hit and said all would be fine when I arrived at home. Later that night AUTH still was invalid_program_rekey. Based on a thread I read on these forums I called 888 customer service this morning and asked for a "cold hit". This was able to successful change AUTH to SUBSCRIBED. Thanks everyone... I'm a little concerned with the long term viability of the cable card concept as although federally mandated it seems the cable companies are purposely not training their folks on how to install and setup to make the experience as frustrating as possible in hopes that we give up.