Advertisements I recently had to switch from Cable TV to antenna only due to my trying to save money. Anyways, I've been using rabbit ears for the last month or so, and I had forgotten how much fun it is to try and tune in every channel all at once without pixelation (or snow in the old days). I used to have phone/cable/internet from TWC, and I dropped cable TV, so it's just the other two.. Today I was moving things around, and for the heck of it, I decided to plug in the cable that was still coming out of the wall into the back of my HDTV to see if there was anything there. To my surprise, it picked up several of the local channels in HD. Not all of them, but easily all the channels I cared about getting over the antenna (basically Fox, NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS, & one local UHF that does local MLB games). So I told my TV in the bedroom (Samsung LN32B550) to do a scan for channels on cable, and it found all those listed above, as well as a couple of rogue cable channels (QVC, all three CSpans). My entire reason for coming here is this.. I'd like to use this for my source video through the TiVo because it's more reliable, I don't have to worry about pixelation and weather and all that nonsense. My TiVo is currently set up to get Antenna. If I plug the cable from the wall into the back of the TiVo, redo guided setup, and tell it to use Time Warner Cable, I'm going to assume it will pick up these channels? I'm guessing it won't work right by putting the "cable" cable in the Antenna jack. More importantly for me, The OTA channels (here in Dallas) come in as 4-1, 5-1, 8-1, etc both on an antenna through my TiVo, and also through the TV itself with cable as the setup, as opposed to the say 363 that TWC's HD version of the Dallas NBC affiliate is on. Any idea what my TiVo will show me for channel numbers if I redo a scan of my cable when all I'm getting is the "antenna channels" over the cable? That question make sense?