Advertisements I have a Tivo Series 3 (the older model that can't take use a single multistream card). Until recently I lived in Baltimore County, and the pair of cablecards I had there (I think they were older motorolas) gave me no problems and received all my channels including premium HBO HD channels. Now, however, I have moved into the City of Baltimore, and when I moved Comcast told me I had to turn in my old cablecards and get new ones (along with new cable boxes etc) because the County and City were different geographical units and the old cablecards wouldn't work there. Having received the new cablecards, I went through the pairing process for both of them. I now receive *most* channels on the Tivo 3 properly: all non-HD channels plus the *local* HD channels (e.g. CBS, etc). I do also receive the premium HBO and Showtime channels in NON-HD. However I do not receive any of the HD versions of HBO and Showtime, nor for non-local HD channels such as ESPN. Other facts: (1) New cards are, I believe, Motorola M-cards. (2) Both cards behave exactly the same - can view non-HD and locally-HD channels, but not for example HBOHD through either card. (3) I receive ALL the channels fine, including e.g. HBOHD etc, using the cable box (4) Have done several phone calls with the cablecard comcast number and one additional tech visit. (5) Multiple "hits" / resets to the cards have not helped. (6) Signal strength shows fine at 99 to 100. (7) SNR shows 35-36 which I was told is "in spec". (8) The tech who came out said all of the signal strengths that he tested were fine (9) The tech said my account was properly "provisioned" for HD Again, all of these channels used to work when I lived in the county. Has anyone experienced this particular flavor of cablecard hell? Do I need to try to get them to send a different type of cable card? Re-provision? Move back to the county? (j/k) Something else I'm missing? Thanks!