Advertisements 1. Two other of my Tivos are in use because I use them to transfer programming from the Tivo Unit. Neither dial in. 2. According to the Summer Breeze offer displaying on the Tivo that calls in, the message displays saying my lifetime membership will be cut off Sep 7. (Altough my TIVO account page states my lifetime units have been converted to the "All in one plan"- whatever that means. I suspect it covers less then the original plan or why else change the name?) 3. TiVo should define a loyal customer!! We all like to be appreciated. I have purchased 6 Tivo units over the past 12 years. Three with Lifetime Warranties, 2 with month to month and one OTA. I have moved four times in the last 12 years and had various offers from satellite, cable, broadband, etc. I always went with a Tivo Unit including paying $10 a month to my current provider for a cable card! Raising their cable card fee to $10 a month is another reason why only one TIVO calls in. You are correct. Tivo may never define me as a "loyal customer" but I certainly do! Spending over $7,000 to date on their devices and services should count for something even if only one unit "calls in" at this time. I do not want to replace my current Premiere 4 (the one that calls in) with a Bolt and none of my other 5 Tivos meet the criteria of "calling in. The two others that work depend on a phone line which I do not have. Two are broken, one is OTA only and one is month-to-month. The latter is in the closet as a back up in case my Lifetime (now All In One) Premiere 4 crashes. I don't want to replace my premier 4 with a Bolt so I am turning down the offer. I am sure they will have an offer that meets my needs in a better way at some future date to retain me as a customer. If not, perhaps my "loyalty to Tivo" will be challenged.