Advertisements Hi everyone, I currently have three Tivo Series 3 DVRs. Each have lifetime subscriptions, an internal 1TB HD and an extermal eSATA 1TB HD. They have all been working fine for me when I used them with Charter cable. I recently moved to a new place, I no longer have cable and am now using over-the-air. I often like to transfer video files from my PC to the Tivo's, but the transfer time with the Series 3 can be vey slow. In addition, I invested heavily in multilple Tivo's with 2TB each because I wanted more space for shows. With no ability to stream from one Series 3 to another Series 3, I am considering the current Premiere XL. I like that the new Premieres allow you to stream to each other, transfer files faster, in addition to other features (like HULU, ipad app, support for NETGEAR Ready NAS.). I am in a unique position to make use of a $600 credit at Fry's Electronics for anything in the store. I was thinking about picking up two Premiere XL's with this credit. Unfortuntely, many forums and product reviews still indicate that using the HD menus still result in sluggish performance. And to get "OK" performance, you have to switch back to the classic SD menus. Many posts and reviews I've read have also reported random freezing and reboots. I am curious to know if the Tivo Premieres (as of mid-July 2011) are running in a stable manner as long as you use the SD menus. That being said, what is your opinion in using this $600 credit on 2 new Tivo Premiere XL's? I don't need so many Tivo's and would like to minimize my setup down to 2 units and might even consider selling all three of my Series 3 and use the money to buy lifetime subscriptions on the Premieres. Please let me know if I'm asking for trouble in using this $600 credit for 2 Premiere XL's. I love my Series 3 units, but I feel like I'm missing out on many of the cool new features only available in the Premiere line. Thanks everyone.