Advertisements I have a TiVoHD, and have had service from Time Warner Cable for the last couple of years. Other than the usual CableCard hiccups, it's been OK. However, due to prolonged unemployment, I'm starting to look at some pretty harsh cuts to save money. One of which is cutting CableTV. I don't really WANT to do that, but I may have to. I'll have to give back my CableCard, which means I won't be getting any channels from Time Warner anymore. I'll still be getting Internet from them, so I'm a little unclear if I'll still get the unencrypted, Sub Channel 100 channels here in Dallas/Ft Worth. That's a minor issue, as I'm planning on going to Over the Air for the duration. With all that in mind, I have a few questions about my TiVo. 1) I presume I'll still be able to watch all my recorded shows, as my TiVo service is lifetime. Just wanted to check. 2) What happens to my season passes? Obviously they won't record anything, given I won't receive those channels anymore. I'm guessing the channels probably won't be selectable when I switch to just Over the Air for my source, but will the passes still remain? I will eventually go back and put cable back in when I'm on my feet again. I'm basically wondering if I'll have to manually re-enter all my season passes when I do. I'm gonna install a decent antenna on the roof, as the amount of $ I'll spend doing that will get made up in about a month or two by money saved from not paying TWC. When I eventually go back to Time Warner, I'll probably want to use the antenna for locals vs the ones on Time Warner offers. Out of curiosity, how does a mixed source work? Does it ask you to select which locals you want, or do you have to manually "turn off" the ones you don't?