I did several searches and found somewhat related topics, but didn't see anything that told me what I could/should do, so apologies if this has already been covered, either I didn't find it, or I didn't understand that I found the answer. Just finished a big 1,400 mile move, including a new cable provider. The cable company's self install boxes arrived the day before I did, and I started the install but ran into a big snag in terms of equipment compatibility. I have a Series 2 Tivo (with composite video connections, S Video connections, etc.) and an older TV. Can't afford to replace/upgrade either. The new cable provider's cable box (its Spectrum in the PNW, if that makes any difference) has an HDMI cable which is not an option on either the TV or the Tivo. What, if any, are my options? I understand I'd lose the HD quality and I'm totally okay with that, but is there some sort of converting device I could purchase to convert the HDMI connection to something that would be compatible with a Series 2 Tivo? The Spectrum box does have white and red composite connections for the audio, but no apparent alternatives for the video. Any recommendations for what I could/should do, short of upgrading equipment (which is not financially feasible)? Or am I just SOL? Thanks in advance for any advice.