Advertisements I've asked this question in other threads here and on the AV Forum but without so far any response. Question is this - are Virgin committed to delivery of services by cable exclusively? Or put another way, are their expansion plans dependent entirely on installation of new cables? I was sure I'd read somewhere that someone somewhere was looking at the possibility of delivery of cable services by phone line. Does this ring any bells with anyone? Also, why would Tivo restrict themselves to a cable company when surely far more people use Freeview, for example, than would use cable? Is it because so many Freeview boxes do most of what Tivo did anyway at no extra cost? Sorry I realise I'm sort of answering my own question to some extent but maybe the problem for Tivo is how to leverage a service which is no longer unique? What I'm saying here is since there's no likelihood of my street being cabled, does this mean I can't expect ever to take advantage of a new Tivo, given the exclusivity of the deal with Virgin?