Advertisements Sorry if these questions have been answered before, but I don’t want to make an avoidable mistake. I have a Romio Pro with an apparent HD failure. Question #1: Do Romio, Romio Plus and Romio Pro all use the same drives? #2: I’ve watched a YouTube showing taking a disk from Amazon and simply installing where the old one was, and TiVo did all the setup without having to do anything else. I recall more than a decade ago having to initialize/format/prepare a drive in a PC before it was ready to use in the TiVo. Is this not the case anymore. #3 I see WD Red disks mentioned frequently. Is Red Plus (5400rpm) adequate? Or do I want Red Pro (7200rpm) to work properly? Or something else altogether? #4: Weaknees offers a 6tb drive for $400. Amazon wants < $200 for a WD Red Pro (WD6003FFBX). Same drive? Reason to spend twice as much (I have Torx wrenches already)? Probably easier to return to Amazon if it doesn’t work, too. Is the WD6003FFBX the right model to buy? #5: digging out a PC to run diagnostics would be difficult. Is that a problem to skip, or not recommended to skip? Does the Romio do anything to isolate bad sectors or potential faults (judging from crashes at similar points, I’m assuming not)? So, get the drive from Amazon, plug it in, and I’m good to go? Or, get the drive from Weaknees for more than twice the price, because I’m missing a crucial factor. Or, something else entirely (smaller drive more reliable, different model, lifetime service affected)? Thanks for tolerating repetitive posting of previously answered questions. I’ve tried to make them easier to respond mostly with yes or no. I foolishly bought an Edge thinking I could go back to TE3, and have the same functionality as the Romio, so it’s going back. I don’t have the patience (or enough Xanax) to live with the Edge’s shortcomings.