Advertisements Considering buying a Premiere. Have read a lot of posts about Premiere and various add-on software like StreamBaby, pyTivo and kmttg, but nobody seems to tie it all into a big picture. So Ill ask and see if someone can do that for me. I would guess a lot of other people are equally confused, so helping me should help others: Background: I have four Windows 7 PCS scattered around the house all connected by gigabit wire to a Windows Home Server (WHS) with 4.5TB of storage. On the WHS I have a bunch of video content consisting of home movies, TV episodes and full movies. In the main TV room I have a 50 1080p plasma tv, a blu-ray player, an xbox 360 and a Comcast Motorola DVR ($22/month). The DVR is a ripoff and so must go, but with what do I replace it? Choices: Another Win 7 PC or Tivo Premiere. Premiere would be great because it supports dual tuner-HD Cablecard and I dont have to worry about performance. I own two S2 Tivos and love the experience. But what I dont know is how well the Tivo will play with my WHS. I want to be able to watch videos from my WHS through Premiere. I also want to be able to move some shows recorded on Premiere to my WHS, especially since adding storage to WHS is cheap and easy (1.5TB for $90) and adding storage to Premiere is a ripoff. If Premiere would act as a Windows Media Extender and if I could easily transfer video from Premiere to WHS I would be good. BTW-I know the xbox is a media extender but experience shows that no one wants to crank it up to consider video options. I need the video access in the main experience. The alternative is to build another Win 7 PC attached to the TV but I cant find a good cablecard adaptor for the PC. I could instead use two TV turner cards using IR blasters to record off two DTA boxes . But I dont know how good that experience would be. Can anybody tell me if the Premiere would meet my needs, and what add-ons I would need to make this work? Thanks in advance. The sooner I work this out the sooner the ripoff DVR goes back to Comcast.