Advertisements I've got analog cable now, and 2 S2 TiVos, one regular and one Humax DVD TiVo. Now I'm thinking of going to digital cable, since I could get a TiVo HD to easily handle it. I understand about getting digital cable and getting the 2 cablecards for the dual tuners in the TiVo HD. I have a standard def TV now, so I'm not really concerned with HD channels right away. What possible use could I make of my Humax DVD TiVo then? I know it can't handle HD recordings, obviously. And I assume if really wanted to, I guess I could pay for a separate digital box from Comcast so that it could record non-HD stuff on its own, which could be written to DVD. BUT...is there any way to avoid getting the separate set-top box for it? Can I use the TiVo HD to get and process the signal of a standard-def channel, and get it over to the Humax for DVD burning? If I connect the two, wouldn't that mean that the TiVo HD would convert the digital signal to analog, go through the wire into the Humax, which then converts it back to digital, then converts it to DVD format for burning? Is that possible, or desirable? I'd really appreciate any ideas. I'd like to keep the option to record certain shows for burning onto DVD if I can, especially since there's no TiVoToGo on the TiVo HD. Thanks!