There is an older Toshiba RS-TX20 DVD recorder with 120GB TiVo for sale in my area via Craigslist. It also comes with USB ethernet adapters (wireless & wired). I have inquired about it and was possibly interested since I already have a S2 (DT) and S3 (lifetime) in my home and networked together. I thought it might be kind of good to have in an extra room & also to possibly dump stuff to DVD if needed (from anywhere in my TiVo network). The sale states it comes with free lifetime basic TiVo. At first I thought this would be great and I could simply hook it up to my network and have it interact with my other S2 & S3. However, after some research, it seems like this "basic TiVo" service is extremely limited. From what I can tell, I can't use MRV, no online scheduling and no season pass option. If I want to get these, I have to upgrade it to "TiVo Plus". Would the cost of "TiVo Plus" for this DVD unit essentially be the same price as my current S2 at $6.95/month? If so, not sure its worth it & I should maybe just go for a newer Premiere.