Advertisements I've got an old S2 that is currently unsubscribed. During a power outage some months back, it developed some sort of problem. It will power up, but won't record and locks up pretty quickly. I bought a replacement S2 and switched the service numbers on tivo.com and everything is peaceful at home. But I got to thinking ... what if I put a pretty large replacement disk in to that machine (I've got a couple of 250GB drives around). -IF- that fixes the hardware problem, then add the machine on tivo.com as my 3rd Tivo. This will make it a legitimate subscribed Tivo. Then, record every cartoon my kids like over the next month or two. Then unsub it again. This would create a "cartoon server" plus trick play machine, but none of the other TiVo services. Perhaps in a year, I would repeat the process, re-sub it again, record some newer cartoons as the kids get a little older. I think this will work and is within the bounds of TiVo service agreements. Any comments?