Advertisements Good afternoon! I've been away from TiVo for about a year. OTA worked well in the past, but things have somehow changed at I no longer get every channel without a major antenna install on the roof and I just don't want to deal with the install, the upkeep, the Front Range wind and snow, etc. Anyway, about 18 months ago I got tired of ABC going in and out of range and did a $50/month DirecTV promo. (I'm about 55 miles from the towers on Lookout Mountain and down in a little "valley" so even though it's a clear, straight shot, it's just too inconsistent to be watchable. I also read somewhere that our ABC and NBC affiliates reduced the antenna power output a while ago on VHF which is part of the issue...) Since my DTV bumped up almost double ($90/month for the absolute cheapest package with whole-home DVR and I'm still paying for Hulu and Netflix because my kids use them almost exclusively), I've started looking around again. I bought a different antenna, a pre-amplifier, transitioned from an attic antenna to an outdoor antenna and still can't get everything. I'm always missing at least one major network which makes a total cord-cut a non-starter in our house. When it was clear that wouldn't work, I started poking around Sling and even DTVNow since we have an Apple TV on every TV in the house. Then it occurred to me to have another look at Xfinity. I have internet through them now for $60/month and it looks like I can add the local/basic package for only another $5. This is a savings of about $85 over what I pay now for DTV. I also have an original Roamio (not the OTA) and two Premieres (all with Lifetime). My first question is, if I do the $5/month basic cable deal (which I'm assuming is HD?), can I just plug in the Roamio without a CableCard? My research has been inconclusive. It's looking like a "Yes, but..." My second question is, if it DOES work, can I add TiVo Minis in a couple other rooms without paying more to Xfinity? I assume the answer to this is yes because, presumably, Xfinity doesn't "know" what's happening to the signal after it hits my one Roamio, but I just can't imagine it would be that easy... Thank you in advance for your help!