Advertisements I've had my series 2 DT since they first came out (2007???). It's the only Tivo I've ever owned and I've lived with it even though my cable company has slowly crippled its abilities. Just received a letter today that we are going all digital in October which means I will be down to a single tuner Tivo that doesn't reliably go to the right channel (they turned off the serial control about a year ago and I had to switch to IR which doesn't always hit the right channel). I've had this hacked Tivo so long and it's really been customized to my me. It does my caller id and easily views movies I have stored on my computer. I have tons of season passes, recordings and I want them all to somehow make it to my new Tivo. I can't think of everything it does but I would like to have the new one do it also... Am I wrong in thinking the new Premiers have yet to be hacked? Does this mean I would have to load all my season passes one by one instead of backing up my existing ones and restoring them on the new Tivo? What else should I consider looking for a new Tivo? Are the 4 tuners and increased storage capacity the only difference with the Premier Elite? I think I can live without 4 tuners (at that price) but I do like the storage capacity. Can I get a premier XL and upgrade the hard drives? Looks a lot cheaper and 2 tuners should work fine for me. What about the other premier (45 hours), does it have only one tuner? It says single cable card so I am thinking one tuner but want to be sure. I've never dealt with a cable card so not positive how they work? Just one slot so it must take just one card.