Advertisements Sorry for the length of this post but I have a bunch of questions. I'm seriously considering switching from Comcast to DirecTV, mostly to reduce my monthly bills. I currently have 3 TiVo's in my home. The primary TiVo is a TiVo HD with a 2 TB internal drive. Secondary unit is a stock Premiere. The 3rd is a Toshiba RS-TX20 that is not on a TiVo service plan. They are all connected to Comcast tv. The HD is also connected to an OTA antenna. I currently have internet and HD TV with Comcast +2 TiVo subsription fees. If I switch to Direct TV, my bill compared to what I'm paying now will mostly be a wash. The significant difference will probably be not having to have the monthly cost of the 2 TiVo units. So I have some questions from those of you that have used a TiVo HD and the Genie DVR. (Please don't compare the Genie with the Premiere 4 or any TiVo other than the HD w/a 2 TB hard drive.) Will I be able to record OTA signals on the Genie DVR? Does Genie have a TiVo Wish List equivilent? In some of my reading I saw that there is a limit on season passes on the Genie DVR, some say 50, others say 100. What is the limit? Am I correct that Direct TV has video on demand with the Genie DVR? Does the on demand content include commercials? If so, can they be skipped/FFWD? I watch several video podcasts on my TiVo, is there an easy way to watch internet tv content on Genie? If I have recordings on the Genie that I want to keep indefinitely, how easy/difficult is it to do so? Can recordings be pulled from the DVR and stored on a desktop PC like TiVo Desktop? (DRM issues?) For those of you that have used both the TiVo HD and the Genie, what are your pros/cons of each device? Over all, aside from drive size, how does the Genie DVR compare to TiVo HD w/2 TB drive on cable? Thanks in advance for your help.