Mac support for TiVoToGo and TiVoToComeBack has been slated for mid 2006.Jerimoth said:Also what do you recommend in the way of the least expensive TiVO-DVD recorder. It seems that having a huge (150 hr+) storage capacity isn't that important if you can burn your favorite shows on to a CD.
You forgot about Galleon. You can't play the files on the Mac, but you can move them to/from the Mac to use it as storage.ZeoTiVo said:Till then you can use a web browser pointed to HTTPS on your TiVo IP to download .tivo files but they would just sit on the Mac's drive and be useless to you as anything other than long term storage. do a forum search on HTTPS if you want to know more.
This one seems like a bargain. Or this one (scroll down about half way -- refurbished 80-hour box), is even better. I haven't used either, but go up a couple of levels in the TiVo Community to the Main TiVo Forums and look for a forum where you can get answers about these boxes.Jerimoth said:So I understand that I can't use my Mac right now- and I will need to buy a TiVo DVD recorder. Which one should I buy? I am wondering why I should spend more money on a recorder with a bigger memory when I can just record my favorite shows on discs?