I did a search and couldn't find anyone who had actually tried TiVoToGo, so I'll ask the question. I was attempting to set up TiVoToGo last night on my Windows 2000 laptop, and couldn't get it to work. I don't consider myself inept, but for anything dealing with Win2K, I can't discount the possibility that I'm just being a moron. Especially since I use it almost never (it's a laptop from work that I use only if I absolutely must). Anyway, I got the new TiVo desktop installed without an issue. I entered my Media Access Key. It could see that I had two TiVo boxes (although oddly enough only one has been updated to support TiVoToGo so far), but when I'd try to connect it just told me it couldn't find the designated box (which it knew somehow was the updated box). I followed the help directions to make sure transfers were enabled (even though I knew they were since I share shows between the two boxes), I made sure the TiVoToGo server was started on the PC client, etc. When I went into Access Control on TiVo desktop, I noticed that it thought the IP address for my TiVo boxes was either "unknown" or the IP address of my router. Now I know the two TiVos can see each other, and I know that they can see my iMac, since I share pictures and music from that, so it shouldn't be a networking issue. Note that the two TiVos are wireless, and this PC (and generally my iMac) are wired. I'm at a loss, and I was hoping that someone had actually managed to get it to work and could help me out.