Advertisements This is mostly a "heads-up" post. I called TiVo support about the following issue, and the person I talked with confirmed this information. But I'm not confident he actually knew what he was talking about, and wonder if anyone here has authoritative info: Issue: Program guide info for OTA digital channels (and the underlying RF channel mappings) effective midnight Feb 17. We all know that OTA analog signals will cease at midnight Feb 17. At that time, the digital OTA signals of many stations will change from their current (pre-transition) RF channel to a different post-transition RF channel. This will most often be their current analog channel, but that detail is not important here. TiVos know where the OTA digital channels are via mappings in the Tribune Media program guide info, right? For example, channel 5.1 is located on RF channel 15, and the program guide provides that mapping. That's why we don't have to scan for published OTA channels. The TiVo rep confirmed this. So it follows that at midnight Feb 17, these mappings will need to change to the post-transition values (RF channel 5 for my example case of 5.1) in order for the TiVo to continue to tune correctly, and apply "To Do" and "Season Pass" tasks correctly. This will have to happen at precisely the same time as the broadcasters change their transmitters in order to not have a lapse in functionality. So the issue, in my mind, is this: Will the TiVo program guide really be updated in this limited window so that nothing breaks? And will recordings and season passes currently in effect continue to work after the new mappings take effect? The TiVo rep assured me that all of this is true. While I certainly hope it is, I'm not holding my breath. Anyone have confirmation about this? Am I concerned about nothing? Thanks much!