Advertisements I'm seeing some marginally high numbers for size of recordings on my S3 lately. CBS programming in particular seems high, in some cases higher than theoretically possible (the highest bitrate that can theoretically be acheived in 6 MHz 8 VSB ATSC channel is 19.39 Mbps, or 8.12 GB; I'm seeing as high as 8.19 GB for an hour (19.54 Mbps). None of the other channels seems unreasonable, but the aggregate of KPBS-HD and V-Me (multicast by KBPS) has been up to 20% higher than possible, as recorded from North San Diego County Cox Cable. Can anyone think of an explanation for this? I'm running 9.1 for the past week and I hate to think that they did something to make the unit waste storage.