Advertisements I've never had and don't want cable or satellite. I've only watched OTA TV (and rent or bought cable program DVDs). Want to keep things simple. All the techie talk (I am technologically challenged) and talk about various "cards and connections" -- no thank you. I have had TiVo series 2 (with splitter) for four years with no problems. Love it. Just got my new Sony Bravia 40" 1080 dpi LCD flatscreen HD TV yesterday. Series 2 still hooked up for analog, but I'm already missing it (including on-screen guide) for HD channels. Because I don't have cable or satellite, would it be a simple hook-up with no problems -- no card problems, etc., etc., etc. That scares me. Should I wait a while before buying so more bugs are worked out? I'm not sure from what I've been reading . . . I have lifetime service on my Series 2 TiVo box. Can that be transferred for a price from Series 2 to HD Series 3 for less than new Series 3 lifetime service? Anything else I should know?