Advertisements Add me to the list of users with this problem. I purchased my S3 in March 07 when I did a complete home theater upgrade. I wanted HD and had read bad reviews on the new Directv non-Tivo HD receiver, so I changed to Comcast. (I should mention that I never had a single picture/audio issue with Directv, but I didn't want to lose Tivo.) Everything went great with the S3 until about a few weeks ago. Why would my signal strength decline suddenly at the same time as so many other people across multiple networks? The answer, I don't really care. All I know is that my wife is bitching at me every night that I should have never changed our service. I want a reliable product/service that I don't have to worry about; spend hours reading about, then taking action, then waiting around for a tech guy, etc.; and most importantly don't have to listen to my wife compain about. In my opinion, the ball is in Tivo's court, not mine. I already did my part by paying $600, then spending hours waiting around for someone to get the product working. I am trying to stick it out and see if the Comcast/Tivo partnership bears any fruit. However, I'm only giving it to the end of the year, then I'm going back to satellite. Does this make me "lazy"? No. It makes me a person with a life, a business to run, and a family to take care of.