Advertisements Okay, I'm sure it's been discussed before, but doing some searching around I had a hard time finding any concrete and current information. I'm on Long Island - Cablevision, Hauppauge is my cable provider. I'm wondering what are the SIGNIFICANT differences between THD and S3... There's a pretty signficant price difference, or rather money I have to lay out, and I want to make sure I have all the information before I decide on which TiVo to get, if I decide to go that route. TiVo HD: Supports M cablecards (multi-stream) Dual Tuner HD No THX certification 1 less set of composite outputs Less hard drive space (20 hours HD) Less fancy shmancy remote (no backlight) Less fancy shmancy LED display $299 (or $267 through Amazon, or $399 with bigger HD -32 hours- from WeakNees) TiVo Series 3: Doesn't support M cablecards (yet) Dual Tuner HD THX Certification Additional set of composite outputs More hard drive space (32 hours HD) Fancy shmancy remote (backlit) Fancy shmancy LED display (title of show recording) $599 (or $399 after mail-in rebate through Amazon, 10-12 weeks to receive). Do I have that right? Anything else I should know? How do you guys feel these days about the potential for switched-digital video coming in the near future (depending on your market)? It's one of the reasons I'm concerned with pricing on the TiVo... I don't want to outlay a lot of money to end up screwed out of some of my favorite programming and back to the cable DVR anyway... What else should I be concerned about these days?