First let me say thanks as always, Stephen, for working to bring us more content through TiVoCast. Even though most of the channels don't appeal to my household, we've found a few we do like, and even with the ones we don't like, trying out something new never hurts.TiVoStephen said:A quick tip regarding the Weather Channel: Out-of-date weather reports are no fun. When you subscribe, consider selecting a lower number than default (such as 1 or 2 instead of 5) for the Keep at Most section under Options. And be sure to erase any weather reports you see on your DVR that are out of date, because once you reach that keep at most limit, new reports wont be downloaded until you delete an old one.
I was wondering about your comment about the weather reports. Under the current set of rules for downloading TiVoCasts, isn't selecting a higher number to 'keep at most' the safer route? If a user can't get around to viewing/deleting an old forecast (ie because they weren't home for a day or two), then wouldn't increasing the KAM value buy them a few more downloads until they have to delete to get a new forecast? Or does it work more like so: if a user reaches their KAM limit on a TiVoCast season pass, and several more episodes of that show are released, do they then queue up and then download, delivering (possibly) stale content to the box?