Yes, it will, regardless of how you interface the TVs with the TiVos. If it has a digital tuner and a CableCard slot, it will work just fine. If not, but it is fed from a digital DVR or STB, then it will work just fine. If not, then no. In the not-so-distant future, the same will be true of your TWC feed. That said, all HD content is digital, so if it is an HD set, it has to have some sort of HD tuner associated with it, internal or otherwise. To obtain anything other than the locals off FIOS, the HD tuner must be CableCard ready. Once set up - it's really not that difficult - it requires essentially no user intervention. I have a 400 Disc Sony. It's collecting dust. I have HD versions of most of the DVD titles in the changer on my video server, but the rest I have ripped to the server. That means if you buy a new DVD, you have to print a new list and laminate it. Actually, unless you carry it from room to room, it sounds like you need to print 11 copies and laminate them. Although not of primary importance, does that laminated list have information such as actors, directors, year of release, cover art? You have 11 TVs. Presumably more than 1 at a time may be in use. What happens if 2 people in 2 different rooms want to watch 2 different DVDs? Three rooms and 3 DVDs? Perhaps more importantly, it is not as simple as you suggest. You have to switch the video feed on the TV from whatever to the DVD feed. Then you have to deal with a different UI. I don't know about the Pioneer, but the Sony's UI is really pathetic. It is also glacially slow. No matter what the UI, however, a DVD jukebox mechanism is going to be slow. Wouldn't that be so much easier - not to mention quicker - if it were on-screen and all controlled by the TiVo Peanut remote?