Advertisements My Mom has an old single tuner Series 2 with a lifetime, that is having freezing issues. She contacted Tivo and after some troubleshooting they said it would cost $149 to replace the unit and $199 to transfer the lifetime. Seems like a lot of money, especially to transfer the lifetime. I'm thinking it may be time for an upgrade but she doesn't have an HD TV, wireless internet and know how to connect all that stuff. The Series 2 is very simple for her, but I am not sure trying to salvage it is worth while. I think the hard drive might be the issue, but I live almost 2,000 miles from her, so I can't just drop by to fix it. Any suggestions?