Hi, I've been around off and on for a long time since DirecTivo days, now with a 1.5 year old Bolt Vox 3TB and 2 minis. Everything comes through the cablecard with Spectrum in the San Gabriel Valley (former TWC). All had been working fine until a couple weeks ago when I looked out the window and saw a Spectrum tech working in the box at the curb. Didn't think much of it until we turned on the TV the next day and noticed the low channels 2-3 were very pixelated. Spectrum sent us through some phone troubleshooting and it didn't change so they scheduled a truck roll. The tech came and said our signal was too strong at the box and too weak in the house. He reterminated a bunch of things and swapped a 4-way splitter for a 3-way because we had decommissioned the 4th drop anyway. Also swapped out the TA. After he was done, now we got channels 2 & 3 again but 5, 8, 14 were completely out with V52 Searching for a signal on this channel. We were getting uninspiring signal levels on the Tivo, like mid-70%s. The tech told us to try TiVo troubleshooting and if they said their unit was good, then next step would be a cablecard replacement. We did some phone troubleshooting with TiVo and although that rep did not seem like the sharpest knife in the drawer, they couldn't identify any TiVo problem, so we scheduled the cablecard swap. This Spectrum tech started measuring signals and said the cable run in the wall was causing ingress/interference, so we pulled a new one. The cablecard also got swapped and although now we get excellent signal levels, we still have V52 on 5, 8, 14. Spectrum is saying their signals are fine and they've swapped everything so it must be a TiVo failure. Is this a known failure mode? I'm looking around and not seeing anything like it. I can do the $49 continual care swap but I have to say I am also just wondering about taking the exit door. The cablecard paradigm feels like abandonware and I hate this finger-pointing between the cable co and TiVo. Is there any further troubleshooting you'd do if this was your Bolt?