Advertisements I have a question... I have two 240 Series Tivo's hard wired with USB 2.0 Adapters. When I first started doing Tivo to Tivo transfers it would consume my network and make my wife's wireless B laptop unuseable. I upgraded my 10 mbps hub to 100 mbps (with higher throughput too) and that changed everything. Tivo to Tivo transfers occur faster than viewing time (our default is High). Now that I am running Desktop 2.2, I can store movies on my computer hard drive and have that drive appear in Now Playing. This is great as I will occassionally search for 2004 or 2005 movies on HBO and record them all and then transfer them to my hard drive to watch later. Here's the rub... Even though I can do Tivo to Tivo transfers faster than real time, the transfer from Tivo to PC is much slower than real time. Plus it seems to really slow down my PC while it is accepting the transfer. This seems strange since I have a newer vintage (8-10 months old) Dell Desktop with a 3 Gig Pentium 4 and S-ATA hard drive that is CAt-5 hardwired to the same 100 mbps hub. Shouldn't this PC be able to accept the data faster than a Series 2 Tivo? Is the Dell constrained by some bottleneck in bus speed or something? Is there something else I should be looking for?