I recently bought a TiVo-renewed BOLT 500 GB from TIVO to replace my series 3 box using my Vizio TV and an HDMI cable. Note - Each time the Vizio TV is turned on, it takes about 15 seconds for the screen to display. The issue I am having is that once I turn off the TV and turn it back on whether it is a minute later or 3 hours later I get a no signal message (when the screen finally displays). I can resolve this only by doing any one of the following When the TV is on. 1) Unplug the HDMI cable from the Tivo and plugging it back in. 2) Cycling through the inputs on the TV (HDMI-1, 2 ,3, TV, AV1, AV2, RGB, COMP1, COMP2 and back to HDMI-1 3) reboot the TIVO. This will also work - When turning on the TV - if I continually click on the Live TV button (like 60 times) as I am waiting for the screen to display. Once I do that the BOLT works fine until I turn off the TV and then later turn it back on. The BOLT works perfectly with my other TV and my TIVO Premiere and Series 3 work perfectly with the Vizio TV. For some reason it seems that there is an issue with the BOLT and the 15 seconds it takes for my Vizio TV to "turn on" where the HDMI signal is "lost" and only works when the TV is already on and I basically (1) re-initialize the signal by plugging the HDMI cable back in (2) cycle through the inputs until I get back to the HDMI the TIVO is associated with or (3) reboot the TIVO. I would prefer not to have to do any of the 4 resolutions each and every time I turn on the Vizio TV nor do I want to use swap TIVO boxes so that the Vizio box uses the premiere. Could it be the TIVO BOLT itself or is there something different about the way the TIVO BOLT works as compared to the premiere and the series 3.