I have a Tivo HD (original, not XL) and it's probably rebooting about once every 2 weeks on average. It seems likely to me that a drive replacement is what's necessary to get it working again. I am quite technically minded and completely fine operating inside its chassis (I have assembled/diagnosed countless PCs and servers over the years) and have no issues in linux environments or windows ones, so repairing it myself would mean getting the necessary drive, and some equipment (sata usb docks, some screwdrivers). My question: Does it make sense to give this new life and get the supplies to do so? Or should I simply just get a Premiere? My TV is HD, I use a lot of the net features as it is, and it seems appealing, but the upgrade offer Tivo is giving me is $199 for the standard model. I have no interest in the cheaper model with the higher monthly cost and/or commitment. I would figure my upgrade costs to be somewhere around $100 or slightly more, factoring in the price for a dual sata USB dock and cable, the drive, whatever screwdriver I need, etc. My time is also of value to me. I'm leaning at this point with the Premiere. Thoughts? It's getting to the point where my wife is getting tired of the outages, so I think I need to act soon.