Did a quick search and didn't see it mentioned on the forums, and I thought some people might be interested with the rumors of Apple going after TiVo, but TiVo finally made a deal with Comcast to have their software installed on Comcast's DVRs starting in mid-to-late 2006. http://news.com.com/TiVo,+Comcast+reach+DVR+deal/2100-1041_3-5616961.html I had TiVo for awhile and loved almost every aspect of it, but was continually frustrated by only having a single tuner, so I switched to Comcast; the lower monthly cost and lack of an equipment fee certainly helped too. While I'm keeping my Comcast box because of the two-tuner value, the interface is nowhere near as good as TiVo's and the box itself (Motorola 6412) absolutely sucks...I'm on my third one in six weeks. They overheat, they don't recognize my subscription packages, and they're much louder than the TiVo boxes. So this deal solves part of the problem (once the TiVo software gets deployed)...I'll get the TiVo ease-of-use but still be stuck with the crappy Motorola box unless they come out with an improved model sometime soon. Anybody else with thoughts on the deal?