Best Buy is selling them for $20, too (at least the ones in my area are), though they are not advertising it. Or get one of the refurbs on tivo.com for $30 and get the instant rebate by paying for a year up front. Both options are cheaper than repairing the box.dgh said:It's been mentioned in other threads, but I'll mention it here too: You can get a TiVo for $20 after rebate at CompUSA.
Of course some people don't like fussing with rebates, but to send it back to TiVo you'd have to package and ship it and the shipping alone would probably cost $20.
If the CSR knew this (and hopefully mentioned it) then a new TiVo is really hard to beat for a monthly customer.
If you currently have lifetime service, and don't want to try to fix it, you will be able to sell it on eBay and recoup most of your money.